Miss. State 7, LSU 0
MSU: Joey Sanders 66-yard pass from Omarr Conner (Keith Andrews kick). Time: 2:14 Scoring Drive: 80 yards, 5 plays, 2:14. Drive Started: 20 (KO into end zone). Drive Notes: Sanders was 30 yards behind the nearest LSU defender.
Miss. State 7, LSU 3
LSU: Colt David 30-yard FG. Time: 5:02. Scoring Drive: 35 yards, 9 plays, 4:06. Drive Started: MSU 48 (punt rolled dead). Drive Notes: JaMarcus Russell completed a 13-yard pass to Bennie Brazell and a 20-yarder to Early Doucet before the drive stalled.
LSU 10, Miss. State 7
LSU: Xavier Carter 36-yard run (David kick). Time: 2:14. Scoring Drive: 57 yards, 4 plays, 55 seconds. Drive Started: LSU 43 (2-yard PR by Skyler Green). Drive Notes: Carter got wide on a reverse and used his world-class speed to split two defenders who appeared to have an angle on him.
LSU 17, Miss. State 7
LSU: Dwayne Bowe 14-yard pass from JaMarcus Russell (David kick). Time: 14:45. Scoring Drive: 46 yards, 3 plays, 1:01. Drive Started: MSU 46 (24-yard punt OB). Drive Notes: Russell also completed passes of 16 yards to Doucet and 11 yards to Green.
LSU 24, Miss State 7
LSU: Jacob Hester 1-yard run (David kick). Time: 6:58 Scoring Drive: 80 yards, 13 plays, 8:02. Drive Started: LSU 20 (KO into end zone). Drive Notes: Joseph Addai had runs of 15 and 12 yards while Shyrone Carey had three carries for 16 yards and Skyler Green caught a 12-yard pass on 3rd-and-8.
LSU 30, Miss State 7
LSU: Bowe 44-yard pass from Russell (Kick failed). Time: 4:33. Scoring Drive: 59 yards, 3 plays, 27 seconds. Drive Started: LSU 41 (3-yard PR by Green). Drive Notes: State bit on a pump fake that looked the bubble screens LSU had been running, allowing Bowe to get wide open.
LSU 37, Miss State 7
LSU: Joseph Addai 1-yard run (David kick). Time: 1:38. Scoring Drive: 21 yards, 3 plays, 58 seconds. Drive Started: MSU 21 (37-yard PR by Green). Drive Notes: Addai had a 19-yard run down the MSU 1.
* MSU drove to the LSU 24 late in the first half but Omarr Conner’s pass into the end zone was intercepted by LSU’s Ronnie Prude.
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