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LSU 50, Texas A&M 7: Post-game Review

Was that game complete enough for y’all?

Personally, I would’ve liked a couple more touchdowns, but this game was every bit the beat-down LSU had in mind for Texas A&M. The Tigers jumped out to a 28-0 lead and never looked back, giving this team the perfect senior night a 12-0 season demands.

The Texas A&M marching band covered more yardage than the Aggie offense did in this one — just 169 yards overall and 2.8 per play. That’s one of three lowest outputs LSU’s allowed this year, behind Georgia Southern and Utah State.

At the half, the visitors had just 40 yards against 31 points for the Tigers.