Nov. 15, 1958 - LSU 7, Mississippi State 6: On a muddy field in Jackson, Miss., No. 1 LSU trailed 6-0 in the third quarter when Warren Rabb threw a 5-yard touchdown pass to Red Hendrix on fourth-and-goal. Tommy Davis’ extra-point kick was the difference in what was the closest call for the national champions.

Nov. 15, 1986 - LSU 47, Mississippi State 0: In 1984, LSU went to Starkville with a shot to win the SEC title and lost 16-14. Two years later in Jackson the Tigers left no doubt. Tommy Hodson threw for 231 yards and two TDs while LSU outgained the Bulldogs 580-214 en route to winning their first SEC championship since 1970.

Oct. 23, 1999 - Mississippi State 17, LSU 16: In a controversial ending in Starkville, State fullback Rod Gibson appeared to fumble a pass at the 1 but was called down, then scored on fourth-and-goal with 1:39 left. The win allowed State to improve to 7-0 for the first time, while helping send Gerry DiNardo packing as LSU’s coach. The Bulldogs haven’t beaten the Tigers since.

Oct. 21, 2000 - LSU 45, Mississippi State 38 (OT): Down 31-17 entering the fourth quarter to the No. 13 Bulldogs, the Tigers rallied to force overtime. In the extra period, LaBrandon Toefield scored on a 13-yard run. On fourth-and-2 at the 17, Trev Faulk and Jeremy Lawrence forced State quarterback Wayne Madkin out of bounds to end it.

Sept. 26, 2009 - LSU 30, Mississippi State 26: This win was the Chad Jones show. The Tigers’ talented safety ran sideline-to-sideline on a 93-yard third-quarter punt return that ranked as one of the best ever for the Tigers. Jones then helped preserve the win by batting down a Tyson Lee pass in the end zone on third-and-goal at the 1 with 1:14 left.