The LSU Tigers pummeled the Florida Gators, 41-11, and it would've been even worse if not for a fake punt touchdown called back due to the all-new taunting rule. LSU rolled out to a 24-0 lead before Florida made its way into the end zone, and looked like they could've won by more than 30 (or 37) if they'd been so inclined.
Both teams played two quarterbacks. Results differed. Jarrett Lee and Jordan Jefferson combined to go 10-of-14 for 215 yards and a touchdown each, while newby Jacoby Brissett and Trey Burton paired for 100 yards and two picks.
No. 1 LSU adds another ranked team to its collection of pelts, while Florida has to hope John Brantley can return soon. But at least the Gators offense will get a boost next week, as a trip to play the Auburn Tigers awaits.
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