Records: MSU (4-0, 1-0) LSU (3-1, 0-1)
Game time: 3:37
Play of the game: MSU’s Dak Prescott kept a broken play alive long enough to hit Jameon Lewis for a 74-yard TD pass in the third quarter to put MSU up 31-10
Big quarter: 3rd: The Bulldogs started the quarter fumbling the ball, leading to a LSU touchdown. They rebounded with two touchdowns
Stat of the game: 89: The number of rushing yards MSU allowed
Top Dawg: Josh Robinson: The Bulldog junior rushed for 197 yards and one touchdown
Boxscore: Click here
Notes: Click here
Quote of the game:
“I always knew I could do it. I was a little nervous pregame. Honestly in the game I was just more excited than anything.” – MSU sophomore kicker Evan Sobiesk said as he made two field goals, the first for MSU this year
Song to describe game:
MSU had a good Louisiana Saturday night. I hope you enjoy.
What it means: This is MSU’s first win over LSU since 1999 and first in Baton Rouge since 1991. The Bulldogs are 1-0 to start SEC play.