Jefferson, Lee depart on down note
Title-game loss punctuates four-year stretch of inconsistent QB play for LSU Tigers
Updated: January 10, 2012, 7:39 PM ETBy David Helman | GeauxTigerNation
Through suspensions and interceptions, in both dogfights and drubbings, Les Miles knew exactly how to hide his quarterbacks' deficiencies en route to a 13-0 record this season. Against a menacing Alabama defense Monday night, however, there was no hiding. LSU quarterback Jordan Jefferson found absolutely no answer for a surging Crimson Tide pass rush and a suffocating secondary, struggling to a measly 53 yards passing and an interception. His counterpart Jarrett Lee, who piloted the Tigers through a brutal September schedule, watched the 21-0 beating from the sideline.
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