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2 LSU flexes in second half to remain undefeated. LSU vs. Auburn score.

No. 2 LSU now gets seven days off before it faces No. 1 Alabama in the greatest round of the period on Nov. 9
No. 2 LSU now gets seven days off before it faces No. 1 Alabama in the greatest round of the period on Nov. 9
No. 2 LSU now gets seven days off before it faces No. 1 Alabama in the greatest round of the period on Nov. 9
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Implement ROUGE, La. - The SEC West and a potential College Football Playoff compartment were hanging in the balance in Death Valley, and No. 2 LSU gave a valiant effort to stay alive in both by beating No. 9 Auburn, 23-20, behind a solid second-half exertion that saw the Bayou Bengals overwhelm most by far of the last two quarters. LSU about multiplied Auburn in its hostile yield (501-285) on Saturday evening and got another proficient exertion from quarterback Joe Burrow, who finished 32-of-42 goes for 321 yards with a touchdown and a capture attempt. 

What kept this game nearer than the crate score alone proposed it ought to be were two or three LSU turnovers. Derek Stingley bungled a punt in the primary a large portion of that set up Auburn's first touchdown to give Auburn a 10-7 lead. Afterward, in the second from last quarter, Joe Burrow tossed a capture attempt at the objective line that would have given LSU a 17-10 lead. 

Coppery's offense was stale throughout the evening. It completed with 130 yards hurrying in the game, however even that absolute was somewhat deceptive as 70 of those yards went ahead a D.J. Williams run. The Tigers oversaw just 60 yards hurrying on their other 32 conveys. Reddish-brown's subsequent touchdown drive didn't come until the last minutes when it was trailing by 10 points. Bo Nix finished only 15-of-35 goes for 157 yards with a score and a pick. 

LSU's success was its tenth directly at Tiger Stadium and ensured Auburn stayed winless in this setting since 1999. 

What are the greatest takeaways from Saturday evening in Death Valley? 

LSU's D appeared huge: The content has flipped in Baton Rouge this year with the offense filling in as the power and the safeguard battling now and again to keep groups out of the end zone. That changed on Saturday with a sizzling presentation against Auburn. 

It held Auburn to only 287 yards and six drives that finished in three-and-out. Some portion of that was on Auburn's offense and the irregularity of Nix, however not every last bit of it. The auxiliary played lights out - getting a major interference close to the objective line directly before halftime that kept the game tied and living in the backfield in the subsequent half. Award Delpit made the play of the game driving D.J. Williams out at the 9-yard line on a 70-yard run. That drive brought about a field objective rather than a touchdown, and the LSU safeguard cinched down from that point, permitting only five additional yards for the remainder of the quarter. 

LSU is a finished football crew now. The turnaround started a week ago in Starkville when they restricted what Mississippi State could do, and altogether commanded Auburn in the greatest round of the year so far. 

Is it safe to say that it was a finished game? No. The offense sputtered now and again, which will undoubtedly occur. The barrier establishing the pace is old fashioned LSU football and a welcome sight for Tigers fans who have turned out to be familiar with this brand of football.