LSU quarterback Jarrett Lee needs to work on his communication skills. In the biggest game of the year, which is really every game for LSU and Oregon, Lee simply goes to change the play and the center snaps it to, well, no one.
LSU's offense is not known for being elite. They are a defensive team, with a defensive coach, and produce NFL ready defensive players. Not to say their offense is totally unreliable but the heavy burden is placed on the defense.
Brain farts like the one above are not going to help LSU win ball games as they need all the help they can get on offense.