Saturday night was tough for LSU, in the 37-7 defeat to Mississippi State.
Besides the defense giving up 465 yards, penalties also hurt the team.
They ended the evening with nine of them, costing the purple and gold 112 yards.
"...This is going to be a turning point for us, it better be, " says Tigers head coach Ed Orgeron. "I learned a lesson. We did not prepare as well as we should. We did not play well. My responsibilty. I think it's good that they're angry. The coaches are angry. We're angry at ourselves. We could've coached better. I know they felt they could've played better. And, we can't underestimate anybody, especially when we're going into their house. Those guys are on fire."
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