Jordan Jefferson takes the field at quarterback for the LSU Tigers in the 2011 Cotton Bowl, but his opening possession is reminiscent more of Jarrett Lee. A promising drive showcasing the feet of Jefferson and Stevan Ridley is cut short at Texas A&M's 24-yard line, where Jefferson sets, throws, and is intercepted just short of the goal line. The Aggies make short work of a long field but are held to a three-point attempt from 39 yards, and with 5:08 remaining in the first quarter hold a 10-0 lead.
LSU's offense takes the field to bail out ... LSU's offense. They're almost to midfield when Jefferson hits Chris Tolliver over the middle for a 42-yard touchdown. With 2:02 remaining in the first quarter, Texas A&M leads LSU, 10-7.
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