Mission accomplished. Print the T-shirts. Raise the banner. Down a few shots.
LSU dominated from the opening kick, though it took a while for it to show up on the scoreboard. LSU built a 17-3 at the half, but honestly, it should have been a lot worse. LSU had three drives into Georgia territory in the second quarter, resulting in just three points.
On another night, that might have mattered. But LSU’s failure to put the game away in the second quarter only meant that LSU had to put the game away in the third.
And put it away they did.