Hunt Palmer Says Florida Has No Chance Against LSU

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Hunt Palmer joins OTB to talk LSU, starting with some defensive shortcomings against Dan Mullen.

“The last two games that Dan Mullen’s coached against Dave Aranda, they’ve totalled 500 rushing yards,” Palmer said. “Dan Mullen made things so easy for (Nick Fitzgerald and Filipe Franks). LSU had no answer for Franks. He’s going to try to do the same thing tomorrow. I’ve got to think that Dave Aranda’s going to have something cooked up.”

Palmer foresees a surprise match-up for the Tigers.

“I expect to see a good amount of Emery Jones tomorrow,” Palmer said. “I don’t know that Kyle Trask can move very well. If he can’t run and you don’t have a good run game, you’re going to count on Kyle Trask to (win with a) bum knee? That’s not going to work.”

The offensive line match-up is critical for LSU, Palmer said.

“If Florida is able to get home with four, it can be a long day throwing against a really good (defense),” Palmer said. “Either (LSU is) that good and they’re going to throw it all over Florida… or we didn’t realize that the offensive line stinks and Florida ate them up.”

Saahdiq Charles has no excuses for tomorrow, Palmer said.

“He’s a junior and he’s good; he needs to just go out there and play,” Palmer said. “He needs to show up and be a stud.”

Overall, though, Palmer said Florida does not stand much of a chance.

“They need to send a memo to Gainesville and tell them not to get on the plane today,” Palmer said. “I just think they’re going to run them off the field.”

Jordy brought up who could make the most money off of tomorrow’s performance; Palmer had a simple answer.

“K’lavon, who hasn’t showed up (can make the most money),” Palmer said. “Get some pressure. I expect Mullen to try short passes and… keep thing simple. Go get the quarterback. It’s going to be loud in there.”
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