BATON ROUGE, La. -- With 48 seconds left in the first half of Saturday's 37-17 win over Mississippi State, LSU had the ball at its own 29-yard line, a spot where one usually expects the ground-and-pound Tigers to sit on the ball to take a three-point lead to halftime.
Instead, quarterback Zach Mettenberger came out slinging darts: 15 yards to Jarvis Landry, then 36 yards up the right sideline to James Wright. After an incompletion, he found Spencer Ware circling out of the backfield down the right side and completed a 20-yard touchdown pass with six seconds left in the half.
It was four plays and 71 yards of efficient two-minute offense the likes of which LSU hasn't seen in years.
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