Game statistics, scoring: Tennessee Volunteers 40, LSU Tigers 13

TENNESSEE TRIGGERMAN:  Quarterback Hendon Hooker handled LSU’s defense and guided the No. 8 Volunteers to a convincing victory Saturday at Tiger Stadium. (Photo by PETER FOREST, Journal Sports)

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Here is a statistical recap of LSU’s SEC game with visiting Tennessee:

Score by quarters

Tennessee | 13 | 10 | 14 | 3 | – 40

LSU            | 0 | 7 | 0 | 6 | – 13

Scoring summary

T – Jabari Small 1 run (Chase McGrath kick), 5 plays, 27 yards, 1:13

T – McGrath 35 FG, 4 plays, 8 yards, 1:23

T – McGrath 38 FG, 11 plays, 68 yards, 3:22

T – Jalin Hyatt 45 pass from Hendon Hooker (McGrath kick), 1 play, 45 yards, 0:07

L – Josh Williams 1 run (Damian Ramos kick), 12 plays, 96 yards, 5:14

T – McGrath 32 FG, 5 plays, 32 yards, 0:23

T – Hyatt 14 pass from Hooker (McGrath kick), 8 plays, 76 yards, 3:07

T – Small 5 run (McGrath kick), 8 plays, 92 yards, 3:19

L – Kayshon Boutte 5 pass from Jayden Daniels (run failed), 13 plays, 75 yards, 5:41

T – McGrath 32 FG, 13 plays, 81 yards, 8:47

  Tenn LSU
FIRST DOWNS 27 24
Rush 12 5
Pass 11 15
Penalty 4 4
TOTAL YARDS 502 355
Total plays 77 73
Avg. per play 6.5 4.9
RUSHING YARDS 263 55
Total rushes 49 28
Avg. per rush 5,4 2,0
PASSING YARDS 239 300
Comp-Att 17-28 32-45
Comp. Pct. 61% 71%
Interceptions 0 1
Punts-Avg. 2-41.5 4-54.0
Inside 20 2 2
Fumbles – lost 3-0 1-1
Red Zone attempts 6-6 2-4
Red Zone pts. 30 13
3rd down conv. 7-16 7-15
4th down conv. 3-3 0-3
Possession Time 30:24 29:36

Individual statistics 

Rushing

Tennessee – Jabari Small 22-127, Jaylen Wright 12-59, Hendon Hooker 10-56, Dylan Sampson 2-14, Squirel White 1-5, Bru McCoy 1-3, Team 1-minus-1.

LSU – Jayden Daniels 16-38, Josh Williams 7-10, John Emery 4-4, Noah Cain 1-3.

Passing 

Tennessee – Hooker 17-27-0, 239 yards, 2 TDs.

LSU – Daniels 32-45-1, 300 yards, 1 TD. 

Receiving 

Tennessee – B. McCoy 7-140, Jalin Hyatt 4-63, Ramel Keyton 2-19, Princeton Fant 2-13, J. Small 1-3, S. White 1-1.

LSU – Malik Nabers 6-80, K. Boutte 6-33, Brian Thomas 5-37, Kyren Lacy 4-24, Jaray Jenkins 3-44, N. Cain 3-31, Mason Taylor 2-22, J. Williams 2-15, Jack Bech 1-14.

Tackles

Tennessee – Aaron Beasley 3-6—9; Kamal Hadden 3-5—8; Christian Charles 6-1—7; Jaylen McCollogh 5-2—7; Roman Harrison 1-5—7; Byron Young 2-3—5; Trevon Flowers 2-3—5; Tamarion Mcdonald 2-2—4; Wesley Walker 3-0—3; Solon Page III 1-2—3; Omari Thomas 1-2—3; Jeremy Banks 1-1—2; Joshua Josephs 1-1—2; LaTrell Bumphus 1-1—2; Dominic Bailey 0-2—2; Doneiko Slaughter 0-2—2; Tyler Baton 0-2—2; Cheyenne Labruzza 1-0—1; Tyre West 1-0—1; Kurott Garland 0-1—1; Bryson Eason 0-1—1; Da’Jon Terry 0-1—1.

LSU – Micah Baskerville 4-11—15; Jarrick Bernard-Converse 8-3-11; Greg Brooks Jr. 6-4—10; Greg Penn III 3-5—8; BJ Ojulari 2-4—6; Ali Gaye 3-2—5; Mekhi Wingo 3-1—4; Sage Ryan 2-2—4; Mekhi Garner 1-3—4; Jaquelin Roy 2-1—3, Harold Perkins JR. 1-2—3; Mike Jones Jr. 1-2—3; Jacobian Guillory 0-3—3; Colby Richardson 1-1—2; Jay Bramblett 1-0—1; Joe Foucha 1-0—1; Jay Ward 1-0—1; DeMario Tolan 0-1—1; Jaray Jenkins 0-1—1; John Emery Jr. 0-1—1.