Tiger's turn to defense and run game to separate game
With the LSU Tiger offense struggling, the defense stepped up and scored to get teh team back on track.
Tiger linebacker Kendall Beckwith picked a ball out of midair that had bounced off an Aggie helmet and raced 29 yards to put LSU in front 14-0.
Les Miles then made a move at quarterback and inserted Brandon Harris and the team has responded.
LSU put together an eleven play drive where they ran the ball all but once. Leonard Fournette broke free of mulitple tackles on his way to a 17 yard rushing score to make it a 21-0 game.
LSU's next drive saw Harris throw the ball a couple more times, two large gains including a 27 yard touchdown toss to Malachi Dupre in the corner to give LSU a 28-0 lead.
Harris is 3 fo 3 for 54 yards passing.
Desktop NewsClick to open Continuous News in a sidebar that updates in real-time.
Deal done: Louisiana session ends with deep cuts stopped
Girls State reaction at NSULA to TOPS promise
Dangerously hot weather not stopping locals from getting outside
LSU begins digitizing century-old editions of longtime campus newspaper
Hundreds of volunteers pick up litter around the capital city