The LSU Tigers are a football program known for landing great recruits. Just a few months ago, Kary Vincent was one of those highly sought after recruits. The latter joined the former and it is already resulting in magic on the football field.
Most reputable recruiting service outlets had Kary Vincent slotted as a top-40 player in the 2017 recruiting class. That’s some of the context to know, as the following video will help shed some light as to why he was so beloved by football scouts.
Ok Kary Vincent Jr. #LSU. pic.twitter.com/8NYMnUF0Ck
— patrick (@PatDStat) September 10, 2017
Tipped, creating a misdirect with many variables, could not stop the LSU freshman from one-handing the ball and earning his first career interception.
As for the Tigers, they managed to win the game, though the score wasn’t as indicative to the team’s play as you might believe. Derrius Guice ran for 102 yards and two touchdowns, D.J. Chark returned a punt 65 yards for a score, and LSU overcame bouts of sloppiness in a 45-10 victory over Chattanooga on Saturday night.
LSU (2-0) was penalized 11 times for 74 yards, one week after committing 10 penalties for 86 yards against BYU. One penalty wiped out what would have been a 79-yard punt return for a touchdown by D.J. Chark. That’s not great and LSU coach Ed Orgeron knows this.
“It’s something we want to improve on and something that’s unacceptable,” Orgeron said, as transcribed by ESPN. “It’s a mindset and it’s got to come from me and I’m not putting up with it anymore.”
Next for the Tigers, LSU opens its Southeastern Conference schedule at Mississippi State.