LSU Vs. Tennessee Score Update: Pair Of Matt Simms Interceptions Helping Tigers

How much does Tennessee miss Tyler Bray? Well, LSU's first touchdown was set up by Morris Claiborne's 89-yard interception return. On the second play of the following dirve, Jarrett Lee hit Rueben Randle on a five-yard touchdown pass. (No, no one missed the irony of Jarrett Lee cashing in on a near-pick-six by another quarter.)

Lee has two passing touchdowns, the other a 13-yarder to Spencer Ware to cap off a seven-play, 36-yards drive early in the fourth quarter. He's 5-of-8 for 44 yards overall, which is not a far cry from Matt Simms' 3-of-9 for 65 yards. Of course, he now has two interceptions, the other coming shortly after Lee's scoring toss to Ware.

Oh, and bonus craziness: Tennessee blocked a field goal that technically never happened because of a delay-of-game call against LSU. (The Bengals subsequently punted.) No word on whether Derek Dooley experience flashbacks.

For more on the Tigers, head over to LSU blog And The Valley Shook. Volunteer fans should check out Tennessee blog Rocky Top Talk.

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