Expect UW to make LSU show more

BATON ROUGE, La. -- If you think what you saw in LSU's 41-14 win over North Texas Saturday in any way defines what the Tigers will be as a team, think again.

LSU was pretty vanilla and limited with what it showed against the Mean Green on both sides of the ball. One can expect much more going forward, starting with the Tigers' toughest test in a relatively light non-conference schedule Saturday against Washington at Tiger Stadium.

How basic did the Tigers keep it?

On offense, LSU was in a variation of the "I" formation on 56 of 72 plays. On defense, film review showed that the Tigers stayed in their base 4-3 defense for all but a handful of plays.

Let's look at where the Tigers are: