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TigerBait Review: Week 14

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A weekly look back at the how LSU’s 13 scheduled opponents performed.

Kevin C. Cox

TCU (4-8, 2-7 Big 12)

The Frogs didn't go down without a fight, but Casey Pachall's third interception of the day in the final minutes secured a 41-38 loss to Baylor. Frogs o'War is just glad that the season is over.

UAB (2-10, 1-7 CUSA)

The final insult for the Blazers, and possibly for Garrick McGee, as Southern Miss (coached by former LSU assistant Todd Monken) picked up its first win in two seasons, and in dominant fashion -- 62-27.

Kent State (4-8, 3-5 MAC)

The Golden Flashes had an open date and finished their regular season.

Auburn (11-1, 7-1)

So...something happened Saturday night. I wasn't paying much attention.

Auburn is headed to Atlanta to face Missouri, who opens the week as a two-point favorite.

Georgia (8-4, 5-3)

The Bulldogs' nut-punch of a season ended on a high note, coming back from a 20-point deficit to top Georgia Tech, 41-34. Todd Gurley carried the water, with 122 yards and three touchdowns on the ground, plus 36 yards receiving and a touchdown. Dawg Sports is looking back.

Mississippi State (6-6, 3-5)

Dan Mullen rallied State to bowl eligibility with an epic 17-10 overtime win over Ole Miss in the Egg Bowl on Thanksgiving. Dak Prescott was the hero of the day, leading the fourth quarter rally and scoring the go-ahead touchdown in OT. Seems like the Cowbell boys might remember it for a while.

Florida (4-8, 3-5)

The Gators limped in to the finish with a 37-7 blowout loss to Florida State. Offensive coordinator Brent Pease and line coach Tim Davis won't be back, but Will Muschamp will be. The question is, does his tenuous status make it hard to find a high-profile replacement.

Ole Miss (7-5, 3-5)

Red Cup's a little bitter. Can't say I blame them. Rough end to a season that had its share of high points for Freezus Rice & Company.

Furman (8-5, 6-2 FCS Southern Conference)

Picked up their eighth win of the season over South Carolina State, 30-20.

Alabama (11-1, 7-1)

Iiiiiiit's Meltdown Time!

Texas A&M (8-4, 4-4)

Dropped a second straight game to Missouri, 28-21, sending the Other, Other Tigers to Atlanta and dropping A&M to .500 on the season in conference play. Still, the Aggies remain in the coaches' and AP polls, and Good Bull Hunting has the Aggies headed to Atlanta themselves.

Arkansas (3-9, 0-8)

It was the final indignity of a season full of them for the Razorbacks. Time to reset and move on, and see just what Bret Bielema can do.

Collective Record: 75-69