BATON ROUGE, La. — LSU rebounded from a tough loss on the road against Alabama with a 33-10 victory at home against Arkansas.
The Tigers overcame some shortcomings in the kicking game and some minor hiccups to score two third-quarter touchdowns and two more in the fourth to seal away their fourth victory in the last five games, all against conference opponents.
- LSU placekicker Connor Culp missed a 32-yard field goal attempt and two PATs in the third quarter and was replaced by Jack Gonsoulin in the fourth, who connected on a PAT.
- Devin White eclipsed the 100-tackle mark this season.
- D.J. Chark recorded his first two receiving touchdowns of the season. Entering the contest, he had 3 touchdowns (2 punt returns, 1 rushing)
- Donte Jackson recorded his first career sack in the first quarter. The junior had snaps at safety and nickel, where he made the play.
- The Tigers outgained Arkansas in total yardage (426 to 130), first downs (21 to 5) and time of possession (28:12 to 6:02). They did not turn the ball over in the game.
Here is what coach Ed Orgeron had to say after the game:
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