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Per LSUSports.net: GAINESVILLE – Jayden Daniels accounted for six total touchdowns, throwing for 349 yards passing, to lead LSU past Florida, 45-35, on Saturday night at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium.

LSU improved to 5-2 with the win, while the Gators fell to 4-3 on the year. The Tigers return to action next Saturday in Tiger Stadium against Ole Miss at 2:30 p.m. CT on CBS.

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Up Next: LSU will host Ole Miss next Saturday at 2:30 pm CT on CBS.

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BlackTiger8916 months
Talent was never the issue for Daniels it his decision making towards pushing the ball down field and trusting his receivers in 50/50 ball situations.. he was scared to frick up that’s why his accuracy is on point.. going for (safe plays) Now he trust his receivers and will take many big shots in the future, this was a turnaround game for the future…
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panzer16 months
Pigs are at 30,000 feet by now - soon to leave orbit
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goodgrin16 months
Interesting. This pic looks similar to the Kevin Faulk Sports Illustrated cover photo from the '97 game, but in the other direction. Both LSU wins!
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James Woods16 months
That was my very first thought too!
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theBru16 months
Great win for the Tigers.
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saintlad7416 months
Maybe Florida needs to change up the Tom Petty song whe they play LSU.

I'm thinking " Don't Do Me Like That". or..." Don't Come Around Here No More"...or... " Free Falling".
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atl_tiger216 months
Or running down a dream
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Tesla16 months
“You Wreck Me.”
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Cwils222216 months
Wish Jayden had been slinging it like that all year. I’m glad to see him breaking out.
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ImBatman16 months
I agree, sometimes just throw the ball and let your receiver go get it. We have a lot of talent at wide receiver. Throw the ball.
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Jabontik16 months
Maybe seeing how our guys can go get it will give him confidence to let it fly next game.
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