Stephen Lew-USA TODAY Sports
Per LSUSports.net: BATON ROUGE -- On Senior Night in Tiger Stadium, quarterback Danny Etling, wide receiver DJ Chark and running back Darrel Williams helped the LSU Football team amass 601 yards of total offense in a 45-21 victory over Texas A&M.

No. 19 LSU (9-3, 6-2 SEC) beat Texas A&M (7-5, 4-4 SEC) for the seventh-straight time including all six seasons the Aggies have been in the SEC.

Etling, who transferred from Purdue for his final two seasons of eligibility, was 19-of-30 passing and set career-bests at LSU with 347 yards and three touchdowns.

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Avoid Virginia Tech. LSU did not pound Texas A & M. Mike Miley is in a good mood.
Reply41 months
If A&M's coach still has a job Monday they'll be flying alligators pulling Santa's sleigh come Christmas!
Reply41 months
There is a lot to like about this team. After Troy, I saw this season unfolding differently. They really scouted themselves, fixed some issues, corrected penalties, managed a rough place kicker situation, and got to work competing. The results of their pride and hard work speak for themselves.
Reply41 months
Everyone wants to find reasons to downplay this season. We saw some good things within our program. I keep seeing people mention the quality of teams. I think we played a challenging schedule. Even if we didn't, there is nothing you can do about that. You play the team in front of you and that is up to you to take care of business. After Troy we can certainly say we did.
41 months
Absolutely. And btw, Troy is now 9-2(1st place Sun Belt), and playing next week in their conference championship! Not a powerhouse, but no slouch, either. The Tigers learned that you can’t take any team for granted and they haven’t ever since. The best thing that could have happened to a young team.
41 months
6-2 is a good start
Reply41 months
Most conference wins since 2012. Moving on up!
41 months
Geaux Tigers!!!
Reply41 months
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