Remember when the Arkansas Razorbacks led the LSU Tigers by 14 points and the entire BCS was about to crumble and the SEC Championship Game was going to be Mississippi State-Clemson somehow and Alabama was already claiming the 2011 national title?
The Honey Badger has occurred, running back a punt from deep inside his own 20 to tie it up at 14-14 in the second.
That's Tyrann Mathieu, perhaps the best player on the country's best team, completely changing a game that at one point looked to be full upset alert-worthy. Each team now has a long offensive scoring drive and a non-offensive touchdown. Considering the rest of the game is either strength-on-strength or Jordan Jefferson-on-Arkansas' defense, it very well could come down to special teams plays.
(And, yes, he followed it by forcing a fumble that LSU recovered.)
That's good news for LSU, if you're just now joining us.
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