Per Ignited by a 99-yard kickoff return by Morris Claiborne and four forced turnovers, No. 2 LSU beat its third ranked opponent on the road this season, 47-21, on Saturday at West Virginia. The Tigers improved to 4-0 on the season and will return home to face Kentucky next Saturday. Complete Story | Box Score

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