LSU: Rueben Randle 5 pass from Jarrett Lee (Drew Alleman kick) at 14:56. DRIVE: 2-5-0:13. KEY PLAY: Morris Claiborne sets up the touchdown with an acrobatic interception of Matt Simms on a long pass to the LSU 6 and weaves his way 89 yards to the Volunteers’ 5. LSU 7, TENNESSEE 0.
LSU: Spencer Ware 13 pass from Lee (Alleman kick) at 10:01. DRIVE: 7-36-4:06. KEY PLAYS: After LSU’s defense and punt return team set up the Tigers at the Tennessee 36, Randle’s 12-yard pass from Lee gets the drive under way. LSU 14, TENNESSEE 0.
TENNESSEE: Tauren Poole 21 run (Michael Palardy kick) at 2:24. DRIVE: 10-80-4:30. KEY PLAYS: Da’Rick Rogers beats Tyrann Mathieu and drags Mathieu before being tackled for a 44-yard pass from Matt Simms. Rogers has runs of 6, 8, 7, 4, 4, and minus-3 before Mathieu is called for pass interference on third-and-goal from the 8, setting up the touchdown. LSU 14, TENNESSEE 7.
LSU: Alleman 18 field goal at 0:15. DRIVE: 6-65-2:01. KEY PLAYS: Randle catches a short pass from Lee, breaks a tackle and sprints up the sideline for a 45-yard gain to the Vols’ 10. On second-and-goal at the 8, DeAngelo Peterson is tackled inside the 1. On the next down, Jordan Jefferson is stopped for no gain on a quarterback sneak. LSU 17, TENNESSEE 7.
LSU: Ware 1 run (Alleman kick) at 7:53. DRIVE: 12-66-7:01. KEY PLAYS: Russell Shepard sets the tone by rushing for 10 yards on the first play from scrimmage. On third-and-4 at midfield, Odell Beckham grabs an 8-yard pass from Jefferson to keep the drive going. On third-and-5 at the UT 25, Lee replaces Jefferson and passes 11 yards to Randle. LSU 24, TENNESSEE 7.
LSU: Jefferson 3 run (Alleman kick) at 8:55. DRIVE: 16-99-8:44. KEY PLAYS: Ware 11 run on third-and-7 to get the drive rolling. Jefferson’s 18-yard run yields a first down at the UT 25, and his 14-yard run helps LSU overcome an illegal-block penalty when Ware has a 3-yard run on third-and-2. LSU 31, TENNESSEE 7.
LSU: Shepard 14 run (Alleman kick) at 1:35. DRIVE: 10-65-6:08. KEY PLAYS: Ware’s 10-yard run gets the drive going. Michael Ford’s 12-yard run for a first down at the UT 20. LSU 38, TENNESSEE 7.
FINAL SCORE: LSU 38, Tennessee 7.
RECORDS: LSU 7-0 (4-0 Southeastern Conference); Tennessee 3-3 (0-3 SEC).