Florida’s Defense To Clash With LSU’s Offense

GAINESVILLE — In three conference games, No. 10 LSU has scored 35, 41 and 59 points.

The Tigers — ranked 23 nationally in total offense (488.8 yards per game) — also dropped 37 points in their season opener against TCU — the nation’s 32nd-ranked defense.

The Tigers can score — a lot. So are the No. 17 Gators — as currently constituted — prepared for a potential shootout?

“Honestly, I got real caught up in all that stuff when I was a coordinator,” coach Will Muschamp said. “When I’m a head coach, I wanna win. If it take 51-50, lets go. … As long as we win I don’t care.”

Source: Jesse Simonton, Miami Herald