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Stephen Lew-USA TODAY Sports
BATON ROUGE – Quarterback Jayden Daniels added to his Heisman campaign on Saturday night, accounting for 606 yards of total offense to lead the No. 19 LSU Tigers past the Florida Gators, 52-35 in Tiger Stadium.

With the win, LSU improves to 7-3 overall and 5-2 in conference play. Florida falls to 5-5 overall and 3-4 in the SEC. The Tigers return to action next Saturday against Georgia State in Death Valley for a 7 p.m. kickoff on the SEC Network.

The best player in college football put on a show in front of 102,321 fans, finishing 17-of-26 passing for 372 yards and three touchdowns, along with 234 yards rushing on 12 carries with two scores on the ground. Daniels showcased once again on the national stage to be an electric force bound for New York.

“If he didn’t win (the Heisman) tonight, then he’s got to be the leading candidate,” said head coach Brian Kelly postgame. “He did something tonight that nobody has ever done. If that doesn’t make you the leading candidate, then maybe the Heisman isn’t for the best player.”

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197 months
...Right in Sunbelt Billy's butt crack.
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Im4LSUnTN7 months
Drove in from Nashville to see in person this QB masterpiece. Never thought I’d witness this type of QB play again after the 2019 season with Joe Burrow.
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JackieTreehorn7 months
I’d vote for him. 3 losses or not he’s the best player in 2023.
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Nix to Twillie7 months
“in front of 102,321 fans”

I was there. It wasn’t that.
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TheRouxGuru7 months
Imagine complaining about this after all the positive shite that happened tonight… fricking entitled cocksucker
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Tigers4Lyfe7 months
You counted them all right?
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SLAP997 months
10,000 in line for the bathroom.
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OldMailman7 months
If LSU had 1/2 a defense they’d be undefeated, and Jayden would be the runaway Heisman winner.
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TooFyeToFly7 months
Crown this man. He's earned it. No one is better.
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LSU82Cajun7 months
God Almighty! Jayden Daniels is Superman. That combination of 300/200 is scary. I just wish Heisman voters looked at stats only not if their team is undefeated. Daniels is so much a superior athlete compared to the others in contention.
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