Film study: Huskies brought out more 

September, 10, 2012
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BATON ROUGE, La. -- While Steve Sarkisian's Washington offense offered no competitive challenge to LSU's defense in Saturday's 41-3 Tigers win at Tiger Stadium, the Huskies offense and its exotic formation and personnel packages allowed the Tigers to work more on nickel and dime packages it rarely used in the season-opening win over North Texas.

The same can't be said of the Washington defense. With the Huskies helpless to stop the LSU running game most of the night, LSU's play breakdown was much like it was against North Texas, with 55 of 71 plays coming out of the I formation and 52 of 71 plays staying on the ground. The Tigers did throw downfield more, finding openings on intermediate routes. In the North Texas game, the Tigers were primarily a short-passing team.

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