Tyrion Davis-Price rushes for LSU football today Ed Orgeron said his squad ‘came to fight today’
BATON ROUGE, Louisiana – In a 49-42 win over No. 20 Florida on Saturday, LSU football today running back Tyrion Davis-Price established a school record with 287 rushing yards, shattering Derrius Guice’s previous mark of 285 yards.
Davis-Price, who had a total of 287 running yards before the weekend, also scored three touchdowns.
He said that offensive coordinator Jake Peetz had told him earlier in the week that he would play a significant role in the game plan.
Davis-Price stated, “I told him to feed me.” “And he did and the O-line blocked and we came away with the W.”
It was a group effort, according to Davis-Price.
He explained, “I simply took it one day at a time and worked my tail off every day.”
LSU coach Ed Orgeron was pleased to see Davis-and Price’s the offensive line’s hard work pay off.
On Saturday, the rebirth of the running game coincided with a revitalized LSU football today squad. The Tigers had lost each of their previous two games, with season-ending injuries to wide receiver Kayshon Boutte, cornerback Eli Ricks, and defensive lineman Ali Gaye.
Max Johnson passed for 133 yards and three touchdowns against the Gators on Saturday, while the LSU defence forced four turnovers.
“They came to fight today,” Orgeron remarked of his squad, despite growing criticism.
He stated, “That’s our slogan.” “We’re going to go to war. The rest of the season is going to be a struggle. One day at a time, that’s what I’m going to do. At a time, one game at a time.”
Orgeron acknowledged his team’s development this week to the coaching staff.
He stated, “There was a fresh enthusiasm about the football squad.” “That excitement was palpable on Thursday. I was simply in a great mood.”
He said, “This isn’t a story about me. This is all about this group. We have to give credit where credit is due.”
LSU football today will visit to Ole Miss next Saturday, improving to 4-3.