The LSU Tigers' biggest storyline in 2013 is that the team was tremendously underrated heading into the season.
Nobody outside of the state of Louisiana anticipated the Tigers offense to look as crisp as it has under the tutelage of Cam Cameron, and as a result of the explosiveness on offense, it looks as though the game of the year will be in November rather than early September.
While many hyped Texas A&M and the Aggies' chances to dethrone Alabama in the SEC, Tiger fans patiently waited for the season to start. After two games, it's safe to say LSU has hit the ground running and is the favorite to take down Alabama once again.
Within the course of eight quarters, the Tigers have thrown for 533 yards, totaled 93 points and posted 893 total yards of offense.
Yes, the Tigers were underrated and, yes, LSU's offense looks spectacular so far, but let's get more specific. After two games of action, here are the biggest storylines of the season for LSU.
Jake Martin is a Featured Columnist of Bleacher Report and a contributor for the The Sun Herald in Biloxi, Miss. Unless otherwise noted, all quotes were obtained firsthand or from official interview materials from The Sun Herald.