No. 19 LSU simply marches previous visiting Military

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BATON ROUGE, La. – Jayden Daniels threw for 3 touchdowns and ran for an additional rating to guide No. 19 LSU to a 62-0 win over Military 62-0 on Saturday night time.

In solely the second assembly between the colleges, and first since 1920, LSU scored on six of its seven possessions within the first half.

Daniels rapidly led LSU (6-2, 4-1 SEC) down the sector on its opening possession, finishing passes of 15, 28 and 17 yards earlier than Logan Diggs took it in from 2 yards to make it 7-0.

Later within the opening quarter, Daniels linked with Brian Thomas, Jr. on an 86-yard scoring cross, the third-longest in class historical past, to make it 14-0.

Making his first profession begin beneath middle for Military (2-5), freshman quarterback Champ Harris was intercepted twice, the primary by Andre’ Sam that led to a different Daniels landing cross to Thomas, this one from 8 yards.

Benefiting from two extra Military turnovers within the first half, Daniels had a 1-yard dashing TD and linked with Nabors for a 26-yard rating, sandwiched round a 35-yard discipline objective by Damon Ramos. LSU led 38-0 at halftime.

Daniels 11 of 15 for for 279 yards earlier than giving solution to back-up Garrett Nussmeier within the third quarter.

Thomas was the main receiver for the Tigers, ending with three receptions for 122 yards and a pair of scores.

Freshman working again Kanye Udoh was the main rusher for Military, ending with 108 yards on 21 carries.


Military: Turnovers proceed to plague the Black Knights. Military dedicated 4 extra turnovers towards LSU, bringing its season complete to 12.

LSU: Daniels continues to make his case to be within the Heisman dialogue, accounting for 30 general touchdowns and three,094 complete yards.


Louisiana governor John Bel Edwards, a 1988 graduate of Military, was a ceremonial captain for the sport and performed the coin flip previous to the sport


Military: Hosts Massachusetts on Saturday.

LSU: Travels to Alabama on Nov. 4.