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JAYDEN DANIELS IS HIM! LSU Football Wins Offensive Shoot-out w/ Missouri + Brad Wing & OBJ Reunion

Jayden Daniels led the LSU Tigers to a big win over the Missouri Tigers on Saturday, downing Mizzou 49-39. Daniels raked in some HUGE numbers, making even more of a case for himself in the Heisman conversation. Malik Nabers and Logan Diggs each posted over 100 yards, and the offense really showed up. The LSU defense still remains the weak link for LSU but was able to make some plays at big moments. Bradyn Swinson and Maason Smith each had a sack, and Major Burns and Harold Perkins both picked off Brady Cook who had zero interceptions coming into the game. Brian Kelly and the LSU Tigers have a long way to go to get themselves back into the dominant LSU Football realm again, but one step at a time. Abby Alonzo and Joe Mitchell recap this week’s win on Valley Vision.

LSU Baseball Scrimmage Stats:


Mic Paul 2-2, 3B, 2 RBI

Derrick Mitchell 2-2

Paxton Kling 2-3, 2 SB

Zeb Ruddell 1-2, BB

Justin Loer 2 IP 0 H, 0 R, 3 K's

Christian Little 2 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 2 K's


Derrick Mitchell 2-2, 2 RBI, SB

Josh Pearson 2-2

Ryan Kucherak 1-1, RBI

DJ Primeaux 2 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 4 K's

Kade Anderson 1 IP, 0 H, 2 K's

Cam Johnson 1 IP, 0 H, 1 K

LSU Soccer beat Tennessee for the first time in the regular season since 2011. Ava Galligan scored on an assist from Rammie Noel in the 51st minute, and goalie Mollee Swift finished with seven saves and it was LSU’s third shutout of the season and first in SEC play. The Tigers are fourth in the SEC’s West Division.

The Tigers owned the 2nd half of the game and showed a very disciplined defense. The team is now 3-3 in SEC, and hadn’t won since Mississippi State on September 24th.

Coach Sian Hudson “We talked before the game about giving the fans something to cheer about, and I thought the players in the second half certainly did that. I want to give the fans a big shout out. It was amazing to have the band there and the atmosphere was amazing.”

TIGER TEA! Brad Wing made his return to the NFL against the Houston Texans last weekend but returned to Pittsburgh for his first home game back with the Steelers… the tea? He got to play against his best friend Odell Beckham Jr. and the two switched jerseys after the game.

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