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Tiger Bait Review, Week 12

Another look back at LSU's schedule over the last weekend.

There, there Auburn. It's almost over.
There, there Auburn. It's almost over.
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North Texas

Blasted out of Monroe by the Warhawks, 42-16, and UNT is now looking at their eighth consecutive losing season, with some wondering what the answer is.

Washington

It was a slow start for the Huskies at Colorado, but UW rolled to a 38-3. Keith Price tied a school record with five touchdown passes. Washington is on its way to its best season under Steve Sarkisian, and UW Dawg Pound is thinking it'll translate to the Sun Bowl.

Idaho

The Vandals scored 17 points in the second half to make things close, but fell yet again to UTSA, 34-27.

Auburn

When you're staring down your first winless conference season in five decades, even a 51-7 win over Alabama A&M is better than nothing.

Towson

Closed out their regular season with a 64-35 win over New Hampshire, earning the FCS Tigers a share of the CAA championship.

Florida

This season has been a slow wind-down for Florida, with a rather unimpressive 23-0 win over Jacksonville State to set up this weekend's big showdown with Florida State.

South Carolina

An underwhelming win over the mighty Terriers of Wofford, but then is any win over Wofford really all that whelming?

Texas A&M

Did exactly what you would expect to Sam Houston State, while Johnny Football threw up another 300-plus total offensive yardage game. Manziel is not only the SEC leader in rushing yards and touchdowns, though he's also taken over the national lead in total offensive yards.

Alabama

A 49-0 pasting of Western Carolina that was just that. And now, with one of the biggest mismatches in Iron Bowl history looming, Miami feels all but assured for the Tide.

Mississippi State

Ended their three-game skid with a convincing win over Arkansas. State spotted the Razorbacks a 14-7 lead, but rattled off 38 points to get to 8-3 on the season.

Ole Miss

Understandably disappointed, if still proud, in their team's result.

Arkansas

This is a good way to put it:

"So how bad is this season? It isn't lose to Tulsa bad, but it is now officially lose to both Mississippi schools bad."