Quarter highlights of Arkansas at LSU


First Quarter

Arkansas 7

LSU 14

UA LSU

Rushing Yards 30 98

Passing Yards 70 48

Total Yards 100 146

Time/Poss. 10:00 5:00

Turnovers 0 0

Terrence Magee: He had touchdown runs of 29 and 23 yards in the first quarter, helping the Tigers grab a 14-7 lead.

Korliss Marshall: His 100-yard kickoff return nearly tied the game, but it was overturned by a holding penalty on Daunte Carr.

Kiero Small: His 3-yard touchdown run out of the Wildcat formation tied the game 7-7 midway through the first quarter.

Second Quarter

Arkansas 7 10

LSU 14 0

UA LSU

Rushing Yards 93 5

Passing Yards 45 19

Total Yards 138 24

Time/Poss. 7:17 7:43

Turnovers 1 1

Javontee Herndon: His 42-yard run on third-and-1 set up a 9-yard touchdown pass from Brandon Allen to tight end Hunter Henry one play later.

Zach Hocker: His 20-yard field goal gave the Razorbacks a 17-14 lead at halftime. It was Arkansas’ first halftime lead in conference play.

Pass Rush: Arkansas sacked LSU quarterback Zach Mettenberger three times in the second quarter. Braylon Mitchell’s sack forced a fumble, recovered by Brandon Lewis that set up the Razorbacks’ go-ahead score.

Third Quarter

Arkansas 7 10 10

LSU 14 0 7

UA LSU

Rushing Yards 48 75

Passing Yards 50 33

Total Yards 98 108

Time/Poss. 9:21 5:39

Turnovers 0 1

Alan Turner: His interception ended LSU’s first drive of the second half. He returned it to the Tigers 39, setting up a 29-yard field goal by Zach Hocker.

Jeremy Hill: His 52-yard touchdown run regained the lead for the Tigers. Hill finished with a game-high 145 rushing yards.

Henry: His 2-yard touchdown reception from Allen was his second score of the game and gave the Razorbacks a 27-21 lead. The score capped a 15-play, 75-yard drive for Arkansas.

Fourth Quarter

Arkansas 7 10 10 0 — 27

LSU 14 0 7 10 — 31

UA LSU

Rushing Yards 11 60

Passing Yards 13 132

Total Yards 24 182

Time/Poss. 4:30 10:30

Turnovers 1 0

LSU Defense: The Tigers held Arkansas to just 24 total yards and no first downs in the fourth quarter. Dwayne Thomas’ forced fumble was recovered by Jermauria Rasco to seal LSU’s win.

Jarvis Landry: He had six catches for 81 yards in the final quarter, including an acrobatic 32-yard grab to set up a Colby Delahoussaye field goal in the closing minutes.

Anthony Jennings: The freshman quarterback orchestrated a game-winning drive, covering 99 yards in eight plays in 1 minute, 49 seconds. Jennings’ 49-yard touchdown pass to Travin Dural gave the Tigers the lead for good with 1:15 remaining.