LSU Keeps the Golden Boot for a 3rd Straight Year

LSU 24, Arkansas 17


RB Nick Brossette is helped into the end zone to put LSU up 14-0 in the 2nd quarter.

By Mike Price

Fayetteville, AR – A pair of fourth quarter Ty Storey to Cheyenne O’Grady touchdowns was not enough to bring the Hogs back vs the LSU Tigers.  The Hogs dug themselves a hole getting down 14-0 before finally getting on the scoreboard with a Connor Limpert 24 yard field goal to end the first half.  The Hogs finished the half with 61 yards of total offense, 22 rushing and 39 passing.

TE Cheyenne O’Grady scores his 2nd TD of the night to pull the Hogs to 24-17.
LSU Cheerleaders celebrate with the Boot after defeating the Hogs.

LSU came back out in the 2nd half and tacked on 10 more points behind a Edwards-Helaire 13 yard touchdown run and a Cole Tracy 40 yard field goal to push their lead to 24-3 before the Hogs finally found the end zone.

QB Ty Storey is sacked.

Arkansas’ live mascot, Tusk IV, watched his final Razorback football game Saturday evening.  He is being retired and his son, Tusk V, born earlier this year, will take his place next football season.

Tusk IV on his farewell tour. Image By Blake Fogleman

Pre-game pageantry.
Dre Greenlaw during Senior Night festivities.
Senior OL Hjalte Froholdt and his family during Senior Night festivities with Coach Chad Morris.

LSU moved to 8-2 (5-2 conf) and Arkansas fell to 2-8 (0-6 conf(.

Up Next – Arkansas travels to Starkville, MS to take on Mississippi State.  That game will be televised by ESPN at 11 am CST.



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