LSU quarterback Danny Etling went 19-of-30 for 347 yards and threw three touchdowns in last week's 45-21 win over Texas A&M. His 347 passing yards was his career best at LSU.

He also became the fifth Tiger to have consecutive 2,000 yard passing seasons.

Here are all of his plays vs. the Aggies:




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There’s no doubting the dude is tough. He took some shots in the chin when he knew it was needed. Wish him the best.
Reply5 months
Right on all accounts! A true blue collar guy with a bright future. Did I mention 14TD’s and only 2 int’s this season? Nice job, Danny!
Reply5 months
Not many people get to be the starting quarterback at LSU. He was not the greatest we have ever seen. But he rarely made mistakes and he showed up and played hard every single game. I am happy for Danny that he went out having as a senior having a stellar game.
Reply5 months
We were lucky to have him here.
Reply5 months
Agree. Etling was very serviceable. He wasn’t a heisman candidate, but we could have won a natty with him. If we had him instead of Jefferson, we would have won that dreaded day....
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