In a 27-24 loss to Ole Miss Saturday night, the LSU Tigers' hopes of winning a national championship were squandered.
It was an ugly sight early. Zach Mettenberger threw three interceptions in the first half, and the Tigers defense was on its heels for most of the night. Add in a full moon, and LSU fans should have known this was going to be an eerie night.
When the Tigers rely so heavily on the offense's production, it's obviously hard for LSU to overcome a shutout in the first two quarters.
Many lessons are learned in victory, but more are learned after a loss. Here are 10 things we learned from the Tigers' defeat.