BATON ROUGE – Arkansas never led the ballgame, but the Razorbacks made it a game with LSU for the first three quarters on Saturday.
The Bayou Bengals would strike first with quarterback Danny Etling’s pass to DJ Chark that saw a 45 yard run into the end zone for the first touchdown of the game. The point after was successful, giving LSU a 7-0 lead.
Arkansas didn’t wait too long to strike back, as Devon Whaley took the football one yard into the endzone. An extra point tied the game at 7-7, with just sixteen seconds left to play in the half.
Star running back Darrius Guice opened the third quarter with a touchdown run for the Tigers, taking it six yards into the endzone. The point after attempt was missed when kicker Connor Culp shanked a kick to leave LSU ahead 13-7.
Arkansas’ Connor Limpert would kick a 38 yard field goal with 6:22 left to go in the third quarter. That would be as close as the Razorbacks would come to the Tigers in the ballgame.
Guice would have two more touchdowns on the afternoon, Chark had one, to leave LSU with a 33-10 victory.
Arkansas falls to 4-6 on the season, and will play Mississippi State next Saturday in Fayetteville.