FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – TS Finley’s first LSU TJ Finley was linked with Jaray Jenkins for a 13-yard touchdown with at least four rebounds, and Jay Ward blocked a potential 84th second goal on the pitch to play the Tigers against Arkansas 27 -24 wins on Saturday with rain in Fayetteville, Ark.
Finley, who started for a third-straight game to replace the injured Myles Brennan, went 27-of-42 for 271 yards with two breaks and a free kick. LSU came back in the second quarter with Tyrion Davis-Price running 24 times for the 104 meters and a 1-yard run set by the respected Jabril Cox.
Head coach Ed Orgeron improved on the loss at LSU against Arkansas 5-0 and 12-0 in games. His defense forced seven drives in three-or-less games, while Tigran’s offense prevailed at 41:43 during possession. LSU converted 12-of-23 third-place drops when Arkansas was 0-for-10.
Eight LSU receivers donated by Terrace Marshall Jr. seven arrests are being made for 57 yards. Racey McMath had three races for 48 yards including a 30-yard touchdown pass, while Jenkins finished with 43 yards for the game and a three-point winning streak.
Arkansas (3-5) advanced 21-20 late in the third quarter. However, the LSU defense is playing the last quarter without starting corners Derek Stingley Jr. (injured) and Eli Ricks (target knockout) gave the Tigers a chance to win their first four-legged comeback as they walked the Cole Tracy’s field trip in Auburn 2018
Ward, a reserve corner that saw extensive action after Ricks’s throw, scored LSU’s first goal of the block for Austin Deculus against Miami in 2018.
Razorbacks quarterback Feleipe Franks made great gains to collect a shot and a stop in the 17-of-26 crossing of 337 yards. Mike Woods led with four catches for 140 yards, while Treylon Burks added five yards, 90 yards and a 65 yards lead. Franks led the Hogs to a 43-yard touchdown run over 14 with a 10-yard touchdown run just before noon.
LSU is scheduled to face Texas A&M on November 28 at CT at Bryan-College Station, Texas at 6 p.m. The game will be televised by ESPN and launched by LSU Sports Radio Network at 4 p.m. CT