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.