LSU vs. Ole Miss: 5 Tigers Most Responsible for Stopping Spread Offense

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LSU vs. Ole Miss: 5 Tigers Most Responsible for Stopping Spread Offense
Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sport

The LSU Tigers have to do something against Ole Miss that they have struggled with all season—stop the spread.

Against TCU, Auburn, Georgia and Mississippi State, LSU has given up an average of 28.75 points and 414.5 yards in those four contests.

Though each team is different in its own right (Georgia focuses on Aaron Murray's passing more while Auburn relies heavily on the rushing attack), each team moved the football against the Tigers by using an uptempo shotgun-oriented offense that shuffled the defense around.

Expect nothing less from Ole Miss, who have become lethal offensively with the bright mind of Hugh Freeze intertwined with his gifted skill players.

Can the Tigers rise to the occasion and shut down Ole Miss' spread attack? Here are the five LSU players most responsible for doing so.

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