One Great Season
Randy Rosetta covers LSU football for the The Advocate in Baton Rouge, La. He was nice enough to answer some questions about the Tigers, the SEC and much more. After you read the interview, be sure to follow Rosetta on Twitter at @RandyRosetta.
One Great Season: There's a lot of pressure on the offense this year. Is quarterback Jordan Jefferson finally ready to be the man and lead that unit?
Randy Rosetta: If not now, he may never be. This was supposed to be the season when Jefferson and/or Jarrett Lee was handed the keys to the offense – the first year after Ryan Perrilloux in a perfect world. That didn't happen because Perrilloux couldn’t walk the straight and narrow, so both Jefferson and Lee have a season as a starter under their belts as a result. That should mean either guy is ready to step out there and be more mature ... but we'll see. Jefferson has to make quicker decisions and be willing to check down to second and third receivers. If Lee steps in, he has to make better reads and keep the ball out of opponents' hands.