There was no shortage of frustration in and around Auburn following the disappointing 27-23 loss at LSU on Saturday.

Add former coach Pat Dye to the list of people who weighed in on the result. Dye said three plays allowed LSU to win: “the long run, the long pass and the punt return. Those plays were responsible for 21 of LSU’s 27 points.” He wrote those thoughts in a column on Auburn Undercover.

“I thought Auburn’s defense played pretty well in Baton Rouge except for two plays, but you can’t keep putting them back out there on the field like the offense did in the second half without risking the other team finding a way to score enough to win the game, which is what happened,” Dye wrote.

LSU’s comeback was fueled in part by a 75-yard punt return for a touchdown by D.J. Chark, and then Connor Culp kicked field goals of 42 and 36 yards with less than three minutes remaining to complete a 20-point comeback. LSU’s defense also had a shutout and just 64 yards in the second half.

Auburn will play at Arkansas at 7:30 p.m. Eastern on Saturday on the SEC Network.

“Auburn must be ready to come out fighting in Fayetteville or it could be a long night,” Dye wrote. “This is one of those games in which it is up to the coaches and the leaders on the team to have the Tigers ready to perform at a peak level. Anything less than that is going to give the home team a chance to win this game and the Tigers could be in trouble.”