7:28 p.m. - LSU's Connor Culp kicks a 30-yard field goal to give LSU a 3-0 lead.


7:47 p.m. - Aaron Medley answers with a field goal of his own. 3-3 in the second quarter

7:59 p.m. - After another muffed punt, LSU scores, 10-3 LSU leads.

8:29 p.m. - LSU gets the ball and scores fast with a Danny Etling run. 17-3, Tennessee trails.

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8:33 p.m. - Tennessee answers! Jarrett Guarantano finds Marquez Callaway for the 46-yard touchdown pass. #Vols trail 17-10

*** HALFTIME ***

8:56 p.m. - Rain is pouting down in Neyland, some of the lights are even out, but play continues.

9:15 p.m. - LSU takes advantage of the sloppy conditions, running the ball with Derrius Guice for a touchdown. Tigers lead LSU 23-10 after a missed extra point.

9:35 p.m. - Tennessee goes for it inside its own 25-yard line on 4th and short and comes up short. LSU capitalizes with another rushing touchdown. Tigers now lead 30-10 in the 3rd quarter.


LSU holds on to beat Tennessee, 30-10.

Tennessee faces a tall task with No. 20 LSU coming to town on Saturday. The Vols are in a must-win situation if they want to go bowling. To guarantee a spot in the postseason, the Vols must beat both LSU and Vanderbilt to finish out the season. This, of course, is the first game for Tennessee since former head coach Butch Jones was fired. Brady Hoke will step up as the interim head coach.

As the teams warmed up, freshman Will McBride was not dressed. The Texas QB will not play tonight against the Tigers, meaning Jarrett Guarantano should be able to return to action as QB1. The Tennessee O-line continues to deal with injuries, as reported by our partners at GoVols247, a combination of four freshmen/redshirt freshmen will be starting for the Vols tonight. Just a reminder, LSU has 30 sacks on the season, that's tied for 11th best in the country.

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