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Hollywood's Monday Morning Quarterback

It is always tough to go back and watch the losses. But, what I always find when I do is that they aren't as bad as watching it live. When you sit and try and pick a part a game into pieces and take the emotion away, you can really learn some things. Here is a look at the offensive side of the ball from the LSU game.

I broke it up by drives and one thing we need to understand is what we call successful or unsuccessful plays. A successful play is 40% or more of the yards needed on first down to get another 1st down. Then 50% of the yards needed on 2nd and 3rd down. I hope you enjoy it. Drive 1: (14 plays, 60 yards, result FIELD GOAL) started at Florida's own 13 Successful Plays: 10 Unsuccessful Plays... Recommended Stories

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