LSU Vs. Idaho: Tigers Won't Sleep On Struggling Vandals

OXFORD, MS - NOVEMBER 19: Sam Montgomery #99 of the LSU Tigers celebrates a play against the Ole Miss Rebels on November 19, 2011 at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium in Oxford, Mississippi. (Photo by Joe Murphy/Getty Images)

LSU looks to win its 40th consecutive non-conference game on Saturday night in Death Valley.

So far in 2012 the defending SEC Champions have made very easy work of non-conference opponents, and Idaho doesn't look to fare any better against a LSU team that's already outscored the opposition 82-17.

LSU has averaged a healthy 279 yards a game, while the Vandals couldn't muster a single yard per carry in a 21-13 loss to Bowling Green. The Vandals will try and pass the ball against LSU - quarterback Dominique Blackmon threw for 357 yards in the loss to the Falcons. But with such a one-dimensional offense and a problem giving up sacks, expect the Tiger defense to have a huge day.

That's not to say LSU won't be sleeping. The Tigers have a 39-game non-conference winning streak for a reason, and as NOLA.com points out, they're aware of what happened in Little Rock last weekend.

For more on the LSU Tigers, check out And The Valley Shook and Team Speed Kills. All your college football news and info can be found at SB Nation's college football news hub.

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