LSU and MSU start game off with fireworks on offense
The LSU Tiger football team marched down the field and scored on their first possession, and then quickly allowed Mississippi State to do the same.
Tiger RB Kenny Hilliard capped a ten play drive that went 75 yards in just under five minutes. Hilliard scooted around the left end on a third and goal play from the MSU 4 yard line. Tight end Dillion Gordon got a way with a hold on the play that allowed Hilliard to get to the paint untouched.
State answered right back with a 46 yard kickoff return, and then three plays later quarterback Dak Prescott scrambled out of the pocket and raced 28 yards for the touchdown. The Bulldogs went for two and failed.
On the next LSU possession Tiger running back Jeremy Hill broke throough the line of scrimmage and raced 69 yards for his longest touchdown of his career. The Tigers lead it 14-6 with half the first quarter played.