What the LSU Tigers have done through three games of the 2020 season is something the LSU fan base is not accustomed to seeing.
The 32 points per game allowed by the LSU defense is ranked 48th in college football.
On top of that, the defense is allowing 380.7 passing yards per game which is ranked 75th in the nation.
The LSU defense has also given up 10 passing touchdowns through three games..
Most of the damage came in two games for the LSU defense.
In the opener against Mississippi State, Bulldogs quarterback K.J. Costello had 623 passing yards and five touchdowns in Mississippi State’s 44-34 win over LSU.
Last week, Missouri freshman quarterback Connor Bazelak threw for 406 yards and four touchdowns in Missouri’s 45-41 upset win over LSU.
Can the week off help defensive coordinator Bo Pelini turn things around for his defense?
WDSU sports anchor Sharief Ishaq had a chance to catch up with former LSU linebacker Eric Alexander to discuss the LSU defense.