LSU won the award for the nation’s best offensive line unit on Thursday, but now they are moving forward from the award tour and focused on getting ready for the national semifinal against Oklahoma on December 28th.
“Everyone is locked back in,” Lloyd Cushenberry said. “Everyone knows that wasn’t our main goal and we have two more games ahead of us. It is playoff time and it is time to go.”
the players like being in a familiar environment in Atlanta where they just won the SEC title game. this isn’t a bowl game this is a playoff game. The team is making that important distinction. It’s loose and you go home.
“Very much so,” defensive lineman Rashard Lawrence said. “I think we are in the same hotel in the same locker room. “Everything is going to be the same. “It is good to know we are going somewhere where we played our best ballgame of the year so it will be good to get back there.”
You gotta limit the big plays and you gotta give our offense the ball more than usual,” defensive lineman Breiden Fehoko said.