The LSU Tigers have been a very frustrating team in the first half of 2010. The Tigers are loaded with talent in all positions, with the exception of quarterback. They consistently jump out ahead of teams in the first half and then seem to get conservative in the second half allowing the opponent to gain confidence and mount a comeback.
Luck has been on the side of the Tigers so far and Tiger fans can only hope that it does not run out at a critical time in the season.
LSU has gotten past several potential hurdles in their schedule, beating three ranked teams in their first six games.
Even though it has not been pretty, Tiger fans can still be satisfied by a 6-0 start to a season in which they were expected to be mediocre.
Not many people predicted the Tigers to be any better than 4-2 at this point in their schedule but tremendous defense and special teams play led by All-SEC cornerback Patrick Peterson have helped the Tigers overcome poor offensive performances and questionable coaching.