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This was a ridiculous performance on the part of McCarron's targets.
With all the substitutions happening and all the plays that switched players from the left to right sides of the ball, it was almost a full-time job just to know who was out there.
From Kevin Norwood's crucial catch right on top of the Honey Badger to Smelly's almost guaranteed first-down hands, it was almost impossible to find fault in the receiving game—especially since they had to cover for an injured Marquis Maze for almost the entire game.
McCarron had all the targets he could ever want, completing to seven different targets throughout the game. They were constantly exactly where they needed to be. With only two or three drops on the night, McCarron's "not Julio Jones" receiving corps was making LSU's defense look average at best until they got into the red zone.
The drops are the only blemish on an otherwise perfect game.
Receiving corps: 97, A