LSU Makes A Statement With Win Over 2nd-Ranked Georgia

BATON ROUGE, L.A. — It had been 1,449 days since LSU students had last stormed the field in Death Valley. That cause for celebration came in 2014 when the Tigers upended the then 3rd-ranked Ole Miss Rebels by a score of 10-7.

On Saturday the cause for celebration came from a 36-16 win against the 2nd-ranked Georgia Bulldogs. Students poured out onto the field in celebration as the play clock hit zero and the Tigers saw their playoff hopes survive for another week.

LSU Coach Ed Orgeron led his underdog team on to the field with a game plan to “be as aggressive as (we) can, take shots, go for it, and play to win the game the whole time.”

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Coyotes Still Scoreless At Home; Lose 3-0 To Sabres

GLENDALE, AZ- The Arizona Coyotes returned home after a home-and-home series against the Anaheim Ducks, where they split the series 1-1.  They finally got the lid off the net for the season in Anaheim after big goals by Dylan Strome and Brad Richardson.

So for Saturday night, they returned to the friendly confines of Gila River Arena to take on the Buffalo Sabres.  Unfortunately though, the lid on the net was still very tight.

The Sabres would open up the scoring early in the first period (2:45) with his first goal of the season, upper right corner of the net.  It was assisted by Jeff Skinner and Even Rodrigues.

Buffalo would add a second goal in the first period (18:06) …

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