LSU comes out of locker room, establishes normalcy to lead 41-16
The LSU Tiger football team came out of the locker room after the half and appeared to get back on track.
The LSU defense allowed just 14 total yards in the third quarter, and the offense rode the ground game to two touchdowns to take a 41-16 lead.
Jeremy Hill, who didn't get a snap in the second quarter, combined with Terrence Magee to move the Tigers down the field for their first score of the second half to make it a 27-16 ballgame.
LSU quarterback Zach Mettenberger threw another interception, but rebounded with a short toss to fullback Melvin Jones that made the score 34-16.
Magee then raced 39 yards for his second touchdown of the evening to ice the ballgame and give LSU a comfortable 41-16 lead.