STARKVILLE — Quarterback Jayden Daniels and wide receiver Malik Nabers were an unstoppable force for an LSU offense that accounted for 530 total yards on Saturday at Davis Wade Stadium, leading the No. 14 Tigers past Mississippi State 41-14 in the SEC opener.

Completing his first 13 passes of the game, Daniels found a rhythm early and never looked back, recording his ninth career 300-yard passing game, finishing 30-of-34 for 361 yards and four total touchdowns, two coming through the air and two on the ground.

“Our team, from my perspective, was prepared and excited to be playing on the road against a quality opponent,” said head coach Brian Kelly postgame. “I loved the way they thought about this trip. You can look at it as an early morning start and an hour bus ride, or you can look at it as a great opportunity.”

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goodgrin10 months
Order restored! Back to blowing out State!
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Davy10 months
Geaux Tigahs
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CanebreakCajun10 months
Where are you 38-35 people at?
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Contrary10 months
Worst moo state team ive seen in a minute
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RaginRed10 months
I think the Nuss pumpers can shut it down for the season.
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LSU82Cajun10 months
Cow bells are silent because Miss St has to pay homage to LSU
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nol1wph10 months
Hell yeah!
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Jabontik10 months
Great win. This is the team we expected this year.
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