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No. 7 LSU has jumped out to a 10-0 lead at halftime in their game today against Arkansas, mostly due to the fantastic hand of wide receiver Jarvis Landry. Racing up the seam, Landry twisted his body around the defender draped all over him to corral Zach Mettenberger’s 22-yard, back shoulder throw. One-handed. As in his left hand never made contact with the ball.
Today, LSU has beaten Auburn just about every way a team can beat another team. As of this writing, the score is 45-10, and honestly, that score might make the game sound closer than it is. But especially indicative of LSU’s total control is the play you’ll see after the jump.