It was an incredible game on Saturday between the LSU Tigers and the Aggies of Texas A&M. The Aggies had never beaten the Tigers before and it took them several favorable calls plus seven overtimes in order to garner their first victory 74-72.

Both sides of the football for LSU came under some scrutiny after the loss, specifically the defense, better known as "DBU" (Defensive Backs University). The defense was severely banged up missing plenty of key pieces to their usual successful puzzle.

However, the offense received some criticism too and has throughout this season starting way back during the off-season when Ed Orgeron decided to promote Steve Ensminger to offensive coordinator. Many didn't believe he was the right man for the job outside of the program but in-house the support was terrific. There was no better support than from the team's tight end and captain Foster Moreau who had a message for all the Ensminger doubters after Saturday's game:

Certainly high praise from one of the most, if not the most respected member of the Tigers football program in his tenure at LSU, he doesn't wear the "18" for nothing.


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