LSU remained one of four unbeaten teams in the SEC on Saturday night with a rain-soaked 35-21 win against Auburn at Tiger Stadium.
The finish was a bit sloppy for the No. 6 Tigers, much like the weather, but there were still several impressive performances. Here’s a look at our selections for helmet stickers:
Running back Jeremy Hill: Getting his most work of the season, Hill carried 25 times for 183 yards and three touchdowns. He had 152 yards in the first half. It was the most rushing yards by an LSU running back since Alley Broussard ran for a school-record 250 yards against Ole Miss in 2004.
Receiver Jarvis Landry: His seven catches for 118 yards led the Tigers. His 32-yard catch and run in the fourth quarter was LSU’s final touchdown. He also had a long touchdown catch that was nullified by a penalty and another one that was close to being a touchdown, but he was ruled down. Dating back to last season, Landry has caught at least one touchdown pass in six straight games and eight of his last nine contests.
Linebacker Kwon Alexander: The sophomore outside linebacker recorded a career-high 10 total tackles, including one for loss. He had a team-high five solo stops.