2011 lsu vs. mississippi state

by Adil | 9:08 AM in |


2011 lsu vs. mississippi state, In front of almost 60,000 screaming spectators, the LSU put up an impressive performance to beat Mississippi State 19-6. The game was played at the Davis Wade Stadium on Thursday.

After the game, LSU defensive tackle Michael Brockers told reporters that, “They came in averaging 300 yards rushing, and we came in trying to dominate and stop the run game. We were flying to the ball. Everyone was doing their assignments, doing what we need to do to win. We don’t want anybody to score on us.”

The defense of LSU had a great game on Thursday shutting down the rampaging Mississippi offense. The breaking point of the game came with the clock winding down at 11:56. It was Jarret Lee’s 19-yard touchdown perfect throw to Reuben Randle which sent the score to 16-6 and effectively killed the resistance of Mississippi.

In the last 20 games between the two sides, LSU had won 19 times. The win on Thursday was the 12th straight game that the LSU had beaten Mississippi. It was the 10th loss of Mississippi against SEC West foes under Coach Dan Mullen.

The game was LSU’s SEC opener.

via: thaindian

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