Stars of the game Louisiana State's offensive and defensive lines. The Tigers won this game simply by being the more physical and dominant...
Stars of the game
Louisiana State’s offensive and defensive lines. The Tigers won this game simply by being the more physical and dominant team up front.
When Washington couldn’t convert a fumble on the opening kickoff into a touchdown, it felt like something of a victory for the Tigers, who recovered quickly.
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LSU had 242 yards rushing to 26 for the Huskies.
OT Erik Kohler (kneecap) could miss a few weeks; LB Travis Feeney (shoulder) will be examined later; DE Talia Crichton left with a concussion; WR Kevin Smith left after getting his knee tangled but no new injury was reported; S Will Shamburger got a cut on his eye and did not return.
He said it
“It feels like forever. I owe the defense three points.” — LSU’s Odell Beckham on the walk to the sideline after fumbling the opening kickoff.
Bob Condotta and Ted Lewis
|Sept. 1||S. Diego St.||W, 21-12|
|Sept. 8||at LSU||L, 41-3|
|Sept. 15||Portl. St.||1 p.m.|
|Sept. 27||Stanford||6 p.m.|
|Oct. 6||at Oregon||TBA|
|Oct. 20||at Arizona||TBA|
|Oct. 27||Oregon St.||TBA|
|Nov. 2||at Cal||6 p.m.|
|Nov. 17||at Colorado||TBA|
|Nov. 23||at WSU||12:30 p.m.|