"LSU's secondary is as talented as there is in college football," Rodriguez said. "Every position they have on defense, they run really well. Their recovery and ability to play the ball is impressive. If you are open, you are not open for long."
"It's based on certain plays we want to run, which ones they do better and trying to keep the defense off balance," offensive coordinator Rich Rodriguez said. "Listen, I don't care what people think about playing two quarterbacks, getting into a rhythm and all of that. They don't understand how we work things. That's not a concern of mine. We do it in practice all the time."