’Dogs clawed by Tigers, 58-10
“Dang, it was nice that we didn’t have to gut it out in the last few minutes to win,” said running back Hester, the former Shreveport Evangel Academy star whose 87-yard scoot gave his team a 30-point (37-7) advantage and turned out to be the fifth- longest run from scrimmage in school history. “We needed this. We deserved to have a game where it didn’t drive us crazy to win it.”
When mini-running back Trindon Holliday (5-5, 160) scored on a 16-yard run with 9:20 left in the game, it gave LSU its first 50-or-more points in a game since a rout over North Texas two years ago.