College Sports

LSU rallies to stun No. 10 Auburn

BATON ROUGE -- LSU overcame its largest home deficit against an SEC opponent in history, rallying from a 20-0 hole with 20 unanswered points to knock off No. 10-ranked Auburn, 27-23, on a scorching Saturday afternoon in Tiger Stadium.

LSU redshirt freshman placekicker Connor Culp made a 42-yard field goal with 2:36 remaining in the game that gave the Tigers a 24-23 advantage and complete the comeback. Culp added another 36-yarder with 0:38 left to play that forced Auburn to play for a touchdown on its final desparate drive.

Blue Jays down Tigers, 34-6

OBERLIN – St. Edmund moved one step closer to the District 4-1A title as the Blue Jays stunned No. 8 Oberlin 35-6 Friday night on the defending champions’ home turf.
“We did a great job on defense,” St. Edmund head coach Andy Hargroder said. “We are playing with a little more confidence each game.
“This was a big win to take one from the defending chanpion at their place.”
The Blue Jays (6-1, 4-0) took the opening kickoff at the 35 and moved to midfield on seven plays.

Tigers stun Gators, 17-16

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The LSU Football team showed resilience as the Tigers held on for a 17-16 victory over No. 21 Florida on Saturday afternoon in Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. LSU (4-2, 1-1 SEC) built a two-touchdown lead early in the second half, took advantage of a missed PAT and held the nationally-ranked Gators scoreless in the fourth quarter for the key SEC win.

Cajuns spoil Idaho homecoming

LOUISIANA GETS DEFENSIVE TO SPOIL IDAHO HOMECOMING, 21-16

MOSCOW, Idaho – Dion Ray and Trey Ragas each scored on a pair of first-half touchdowns and backup quarterback Andre Nunez connected with Ja’Marcus Bradley on a 45-yard scoring pass in the third quarter to help the Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns defeat Idaho, 21-16, in a Sun Belt Conference game Saturday afternoon at the Kibbie Dome.

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