LSU Vs. Ole Miss Halftime Score: Tigers Jump Out To 35-3 Lead

The LSU Tigers are taking care of business just like a No. 1 team should do against team like Ole Miss. At halftime, the Tigers lead the Rebels, 35-3.

Right from the very start, Ole Miss put itself down early. Zack Stoudt threw an interception just 28 seconds into the game, a 46-yard pick-six. Then with less than seven minutes left in the first quarter, Kenny Hilliard and Jordan Jefferson each found the end zone for a score in less than two minutes. Hilliard pounded the ball in from the one-yard line while Jefferson found Russell Shepard for a 22-yard touchdown. A strip sack of Stoudt by Ron Brooks resulted in the quick second touchdown.

In the second quarter, Ole Miss' Barry Brunetti lost two yards and the ball on a rush attempt, resulting in LSU's Kevin Minter picking the ball up in the end zone for the score. Spencer Ware added a 35-yard touchdown for the Tigers to go up, 35-0, before Ole Miss kicker Bryson Rose kicked a field goal with about a minute left in the half.

For further reading, news, discussion and more, visit LSU blog And The Valley Shook and Ole Miss blog Red Cup Rebellion. Here’s the complete college football TV schedule, and stay tuned to SB Nation’s college football news hub for more.

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