Kelly commits blunder on LSU’s opening drive

It is a new season but the same old Brian Kelly.

The LSU head coach committed a blunder during the opening drive of his team’s season opener against Florida State on Sunday. The Tigers, lifted by a 55-yard completion from Jayden Daniels to Tre Bradford on the first offensive play of the game, marched the ball to the FSU 1-yard line within about two minutes of game time. 

But they were unsuccessful in punching the ball into the end zone … four consecutive times.

After LSU got a run stuffed on 1st-and-goal and then had two straight pass incompletions to make it 4th-and-goal, Kelly decided to go for it. 

Daniels went on to take a sack though, giving the ball back to Florida State on a momentum-shifting turnover on downs.


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