Halftime stats from LSU vs Ole Miss

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Well, the Tigers have managed to hold on.

It seems like LSU has taken a turn for the better now that Orgeron has been officially let go. I was interested to see how the team would respond knowing these are the last few games of the Orgeron era. It seems as though they have responded positively to the negative news.

LSU is only down 17-7 to the No. 12 Ole Miss Rebels at the half. Here are the halftime stats.

Team Stats

Total yards: LSU 168, UM 247

Passing yards: LSU 97, UM 120

Rushing yards: LSU 71, UM 127

First downs: LSU 10, UM 13

Third downs: LSU 2-6, UM 3-6

Sacks: LSU 3, UM 1

Penalties: LSU 2-16, UM 8-61

Individual Stats

Max Johnson: 8 of 14, 97 yards, 0 touchdowns, 1 interception, 3 rushes for 10 yards

Tyrion Davis-Price: 12 carries for 39 yards, 1 touchdown

Corey Kiner: 4 carry for 22 yards

Malik Nabers: 2 catches for 13 yards

Jaray Jenkins: 2 catches for 22 yards

Jack Bech: 1 catch for 14 yards

Brian Thomas Jr: 1 catch, 4 yards

Trey Palmer: 2 catches, 44 yards

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