Click the graphics below to view the animated drive charts for the Tennessee-LSU game.
An observation: On their first three drives, the Vols gained 149 yards. In punts. Their offense gained minus five yards.
Tennessee Volunteers v. LSU Tigers: 1st Half
Tennessee Volunteers v. LSU Tigers: 2nd Half
Take a look at the Flash stats and charts, too. We really got beat by a lot more than just four points. To wit:
- 41:06 to 18:54 time of possession advantage for LSU;
- 28 to 11 in first downs;
- 478 to 248 in total yards.
- Ugh, ugh, and ugh.