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Which LSU players stood out on Saturday

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It was a good night in Death Valley as the LSU Tigers defended their home turf at Tiger Stadium. The team improved to 35-0 in their last 35 games where they wore purple jerseys with gold pants and helmets.

Head coach Ed Orgeron had to be pleased with the performance of his team in the final tune-up game ahead of SEC play next week.https://widgets.thescore.com/embeds/5d7e862a-7e1e-499f-84b6-ff7f6e3bda5f/6EF888380E16119D822EAF94830658BB

“We made some improvements tonight,” Orgeron said in his opening statement after the win. “I was very pleased with the up-tempo of our offense. I was really pleased with the play of the young receivers. I thought our quarterback, for the most part, played really well. Max had five touchdowns. You got to see what we’ve been seeing in practice with Deion Smith and those young receivers and a young running back. Some really good plays.”

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Tiger Up: Corey Kiner, Running Back

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Corey Kiner has really been a bright spot at running back the last two games. He once again led the team in rushing with his performance against Central Michigan. Of his 74 yards rushing, 61 came after contact. Kiner averaged 5.1 yards after contact per rush against the Chippewas with six missed tackles forced. Feeding No. 21 might be the move as they head into SEC play against Mississippi State this week.https://7f9e2be3af2fa0d17756d67320e7f953.safeframe.googlesyndication.com/safeframe/1-0-38/html/container.html

Tiger Up: Max Johnson, Quarterback

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It was a historic night for the lefty quarterback. Max Johnson joined Zach Mettenberger and Joe Burrow in the record books with his five-touchdown performance. He completed 72% of his passes and pushed the ball down the field on multiple occasions.

Tiger Up: BJ Ojulari, Edge

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After seeing Maason Smith and Andre Anthony lead the charge in sacks against McNeese, it was BJ Ojulari who had his turn against Central Michigan. He tallied three sacks in the game with four total quarterback pressures.

Tiger Up: Deion Smith, Wide Receiver

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After collecting just two receptions for 13 yards against McNeese, Deion Smith exploded onto the scene in week three. He caught one touchdown pass when Smith went full Randy Moss over a CMU defender. Led the team in receptions, including his 24 yards after the catch. Smith also led the team in yards per route run at 5.4.

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