It's no secret that the LSU passing game against Auburn was abysmal. The Tigers managed only 85 yards total and only FIVE yards in the second half.
With those numbers, you would think that LSU lost, but that wasn't the case. LSU pulled out a 21-17 victory on the Plains to improve to 4-1 overall and 2-0 in conference play. So what happened with the offense? Could LSU not throw the ball due to Jayden Daniels going down or was it something else?
Malik Nabers had two receptions for 26 yards against Auburn and he was asked what he thought about the game when he sat down with the media.
Nabers gets a chance to have a breakout game this Saturday morning at 11 am against Tennessee.
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Story originally appeared on LSU Tigers Wire