Instant Analysis: Takeaways from the LSU Tigers 49-21 victory over Central Michigan

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The LSU Tigers came out guns blazing against the Central Michigan Chippewas on Saturday night. The team was looking for a better start than they have seen over the last two games, it was much more like what we expected from the Bayou Bengals offense.

Max Johnson and the offense were ready to roll in the first half as they built a four-touchdown lead into halftime. One of the bright spots of the game, Jack Bech was extending drives that allowed Johnson to find Deion Smith for the first two offensive touchdowns.

The defense built on their game against McNeese, after giving up just one touchdown to the Cowboys on a long play it happened again. They had the offense shut down except for the one long touchdown on what appeared to be a miscommunication in the secondary.

Overall it was a good showing for the home team as they won big over Central Michigan. We break down the five instant takeaways from this game.

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