Tigers trade touchdowns, LSU leads 35-14
The second half of play saw the Auburn Tigers put two scores on the board, however LSU was able to answer with two of their own.
Auburn used their up tempo offense to run ten plays in just under three and a half minutes, capping the 94 yard drive with a two yard Tre Mason dive.
LSU running back Jeremy Hill continued his torid scoring pace with another rushing touchdown as he nears the 200 yard mark.
With the game tightening up at 28-14, LSU was able to answer with a seven play 81 yard drive of their own.
Jarvis Landry hauled in a 32 yard touchdown catch as he dove for the pylon to give LSU their 35th point of the night.
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