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Not much went right for LSU football on Saturday night in Pasadena.
The Tigers dropped their second straight season-opener, falling to UCLA 38-27.
LSU finished the game with 379 total yards (330 passing yards and 49 rushing yards).
The rushing game was particularly anemic. I know football is turning into a game that is dominated by passing the football, but offenses still have to be able to run the ball to win games (especially in the SEC).
After the game, Tigers head coach Ed Orgeron was unsurprisingly unhappy with the offense.