Ed Argheron’s sidelined dissolution went viral before the end of the game as he suffered a 55-17 LSU loss to Alabama at the moment of anger.
Captured by photojournalist Terron Takuano, 23 second clip Sunday morning is approaching one million views. It came after Divonta Smith’s second long touchdown catch in the second quarter, following a 61-yard 65-yard score.
In that headset-slamming moment of rage, Argeron explained his feeling.
“Our plan, for most games, is a double team (Smith),” he said. “It was one of his times when we were not there. Then we hit each other, it’s nobody’s fault. We went to the game to stop No. 6, you have to give them credit. It was frustrating to see a player have 300 yards in the first half. ”
Smith, from nearby Amit, caught the third touchdown in the quarter when surrounded by LSU guards. He finished the game with 231 receiving yards in eight catches with three catches.
Crimson Tight Players And then making fun of it Archeron’s post-2019 Alabama speech while sharing a video of his 2020 page rage.
Linebacker Jabril Cox said there were some communication issues with Tiger Security. The plan is to double Team Smith forever.
“We ended up at the beginning of our calls,” Cox said. “We got into a couple of switch lanes, sometimes the defense was leaning the other way. But initially we were able to do that, but they came up behind us a few times and he made a catch and hit the touchdown.”
Cox praised the “athletic” Alabama offensive line, who had no problem getting into space, freeing 265 quick yards and a 6.2-yard average running back.