Tigers score, but so does Arkansas, LSU up 17-10
LSU running back Michael Ford made up for a previous mistake on kickoff return duty by taking his next trip down the field 86 yards setting up the Tigers second touchdown of the day.
The Tigers catapulted back into control of the game with Ford's long return after he started out left and crossed field eventually racing down the right sideline.
Three play later freshman Jeremy Hill jumped into the endzone for his 10th touchdown of the season, pulling him into a second place tie with former Tiger Justin Vincent trailing Dalton Hilliard with 11 scores.
The Hogs answered with their first touchdown of the game, as Arkansas quarterback Tyler Wilson found Mekale McKay in the corner of the endzone for the 28 yard touchdown over Tiger defender Jalen Mills.
LSU leads 17-10 over Arkansas with five minutes to play in the third quarter.
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