LSU head coach Ed Orgeron said his defense allowed 383 yards after the catch in a 44-34 loss to Mississippi State Saturday in Baton Rouge.
The Tigers were more than two touchdown favorites in the game. The loss halted LSU’s 16 game win streak, three shy of the school record set more than 60 years ago.
Orgeron said the Tigers missed badly cornerback Derek Stingley, who missed the game with an illness. He is expected to return Saturday night when the Tigers play at Vanderbilt.
Kickoff is 6:30 pm on the SEC network.
Orgeron said defensive lineman Glen Logan will not play against Vandy but will return against Missouri.