LSU used a massive field position advantage to beat Miami

0:00: LSU 33, Miami 17: There was a time when LSU led this game by 30 points. If you only looked at the scoreboard, it certainly looked like the Canes were getting the doors blown off of them. But the final score didn’t show how close the actual play was on the field.

What’s not shown on that stat recap: average starting field position. The Tigers had their drives start on average at their own 43-yard line. When you basically start every drive at midfield, it’s hard not to win.

4:42: LSU 33, Miami 17: Miami is unable to convert on 4th and 10 from the LSU 40-yard line. Things are looking bleak for the Canes.

5:22: LSU 33, Miami 17: Brian Hightower adds another beauty to his highlight reel from Sunday night:

8:43: LSU 33, Miami 17: [extremely broadcasting the game voice] It’s now a two-score game after Brian Hightower reeled this one in:

10:10: LSU 33, Miami 10: Ed Orgeron got mad.

13:57: LSU 33, Miami 10: Miami has found the end zone on a Malik Rosier 3-yard touchdown rush. They still have a long way to go.

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