LSU football has really opened things up this season on offense. With the spread offense cooking under Joe Burrow, ESPN's David Pollack went so far as to call the Tigers a "Big 12 team" this year.
That doesn't mean Ed Orgeron is lacking some big road graders up front. Enter: Adrian Magee.
The former three-star recruit out of Franklinton, La. was on serious pancake detail against Vanderbilt today.
On one play, he had two vicious blocks, sending a pair of Commodores into the turf.
LSU continues to pour it on the 'Dores this afternoon in Nashville. Once again, the Tigers have done most of their damage through the air.
The Tigers have a big edge in total yardage, at 510-332, with 398 yards through the air for Burrow and company.
The former Ohio State transfer is 25-for-34 with six touchdowns on the day. Ja'Marr Chase has been the main benefactor, catchign 10 balls for 229 yards and four touchdowns so far.
Clyde Edwards-Helaire leads all rushers with 106 yards and a score. He's averaging 7.6 yards per carry.
Vanderbilt has scored a bit, with Ke'Shawn Vaughn going for 130 yards and two touchdowns on the day so far. LSU's defense has showed some cracks this season, as the offense has thrived. Still, you'll probably take hanging over 60 on what has often been a pretty salty Vanderbilt defense.
The Tigers hold a 66-31 win with over nine minutes remaining in the game.