The LSU Tigers outscored the Arkansas Razorbacks 41-3 after trailing 14-0 early in the second quarter. Early on, it looked like Arkansas could potentially pull the upset after Alonzo Highsmith returned a fumble for a touchdown to put the Razorbacks up 14-0, but LSU held on, dug in their heels, and went to work. From that point on, the LSU offense and defense dominated Arkansas up and down the football field. Quarterback Jordan Jefferson picked up 261 yards of total offense, including a 48-yard touchdown run in the route.
With the win, LSU knocked off the No. 3 ranked team in the country. LSU has run the gauntlet schedule wise and there isn't a team left in the country who anyone can legitimately argue is more deserving of a shot in the national title game. On the season, LSU has knocked off No. 3 Oregon, No. 25 Mississippi State, No. 16 West Virginia, No. 17 Florida, No. 20 Auburn, No. 2 Alabama (on the road), and now No. 3 Arkansas. There isn't another team in the country with as close as good a resume, and that resume will look even better if LSU can knock off No. 13 Georgia in the SEC Championship game on December 3rd.
The real question is: who's worthy enough to face LSU?