LSU’s ‘best players played their best’ in upset of Ole Miss

Reveling in the resounding triumph over a historical and highly-ranked rival, LSU fans stormed the field as the game ended. Now LSU (6-2, 4-1 SEC), in coach Brian Kelly’s first season, is back in the race to win the SEC West — if the Tigers can beat No. 6 Alabama.

According to ESPN Stats & Information research, LSU became the first team since at least 2005 to defeat an AP Top-10 team by 25-plus points after trailing at halftime.

“Our guys wanted this opportunity,” Kelly said. “They saw this as a privilege to play in this stadium, and really wanted this opportunity. And obviously, the last three quarters, they played great football.”
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