The LSU offense is finally starting to find its rhythm, and it helps that quarterback Zach Mettenberger has finally matured, and started to click with his wide receivers.
It helps that he’s finally on the same page with his most talented wide receiver, Jarvis Landry.
Landry ran a good route, Mettenberger through an even better bad back shoulder pass if that makes sense, and Landry may have college football’s play of the year.
Head coach Les Miles says Landry makes unbelievable catches like this one everyday in practice.
Video Courtesy of The Big Lead.