Jefferson's words prolong title loss 

February, 9, 2012
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BATON ROUGE, La. -- One month later, the sour taste of a historic 21-0 loss to Alabama continues to linger.

A month to the day after LSU became the first-ever team to be shutout in a BCS Championship Game, former Tigers quarterback Jordan Jefferson took to the radio to air out his grievances with his team’s performance.

Speaking in an interview with radio station WCNN in Atlanta on Thursday, Jefferson questioned the Tigers’ readiness to face Alabama in the Jan. 9 national championship game -- a talking point that has baffled LSU fans for the last 30 days.
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