Led by nine tackles and two sacks by senior end Marcus Spears and two interceptions by sophomore safety LaRon Landry, LSU's defense held the Razorbacks to 247 yards, including just 105 in the second half as LSU put the game away.
STILL NEEDS SOME WORK
An Arkansas punt bounced off LSU defensive back Chevis Jackson, allowing Arkansas to recover the loose ball at the LSU 15 and score a touchdown two plays later.
The Tigers emerged from the game relatively unscathed, but they have plenty of time to get ready for their bowl game. RB Joseph Addai suffered a mild concussion in the first quarter, but later returned to catch two TD passes. DE Melvin Oliver suffered a stinger that should not be a lingering problem.
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