After watching No. 3 LSU wallop his Huskies by 38 points, Washington coach Steve Sarkisian lamented that the "complexion" of the game could have been different if his team hadn't narrowly missed some early opportunities.
Meanwhile, LSU's Les Miles was outside the home locker room, citing a handful of dropped passes -- one in the end zone -- and dropped interception chances that prevented the Tigers from dominating even more than they did in a 41-3 triumph Saturday night.
After seemingly going through the motions in a season-opening 41-14 win over North Texas in its opener a week earlier, the Tigers have demonstrated against Washington how large of a gap there is between their squad and an average team in another major conference like the Pac-12.
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