The LSU Tigers routed the ULL Ragin' Cajuns 45-3 Saturday night in Tiger Stadium. Check back to TigerRag.com on Sunday for a complete wrap-up of the game including our analysis of the game, in-depth features and photo galleries.

LSU Tigers


UL-Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns


Saturday, Sept. 2, 2006

Tiger Stadium

Baton Rouge, La.

Attendance: 92,362





LSU 7, ULL 0

Drive: 3 Plays, 62 Yards, 1:23

Scoring Play: JaMarcus Russell 58 pass to Brandon LaFell

PAT: Colt David Kick

Clock: 11:30

Key Play: On third and six from the LSU 42, JaMarcus Russell rolled left, under pressure, and hit LaFell on a 58-yard touchdown pass. LaFell was lined up right and beat the Cajuns coverage deep down the left sideline.

Note: The scoring pass from Russell was LaFell's first collegiate play from scrimmage.



LSU 14, ULL 0

Drive: 0 Plays, 31 Yards, 0:00

Scoring Play: Jonathan Zenon 31 INT Return

PAT: Colt David Kick

Clock: 9:46

Key Play: On second and 10, ULL quarterback Jerry Babb rolls right, avoids pressure, flinging a pass in the right flat. LSU cornerback Jonathan Zenon tips the pass, gains control and sprints back down the far sideline.

Note: The interception was the third pick of Zenon's career. The cornerback from Breaux Bridge has two interceptions last season. It was Zenon's first touchdown as an LSU Tiger. It was also LSU's first defensive touchdown since Ali Highsmith returned a fumble for a touchdown at Vanderbilt last season.





LSU 14, ULL 3

Drive: 4 Plays, 3 Yards, 1:02

Scoring Play: Drew Edmiston 41 FG

Clock: 11:26

Key Play: The LSU defense held the Ragin' Cajun offense on its second drive of the second quarter, but Brit Framel's punt bounced off the hands of LSU return man Chevis Jackson. The Cajuns' Michael Desormeaux pounced on the loose ball giving the Cajuns possession on the Tigers 26.

Note: Drew Edmiston's 41 yard field was ULL's first points scored against LSU since 1942, a span of 82 years. The Tigers haven't scored a single point versus LSU since 1924.


LSU 21, ULL 3

Drive: 8 Play, 82 Yards, 4:02

Scoring Play: JaMarcus Russell 16 Pass to Early Doucet

Clock: 16:42

PAT:  Colt David Kick

Key Play: After an incomplete pass to Brandon LaFell and a four yard pass to Jacob Hester, the Tigers faced third and six from their own 22. JaMarcus Russell led Dwayne Bowe a bit too much, but Bowe made an acrobatic grab at the Louisiana-Lafayette 46, a gain of 32 yards.

Note: The touchdown reception was Early Doucet's eighth touchdown catch of the junior's career.


LSU 28, ULL 3

Drive: 6 Plays, 70 yards, 1:57

Scoring Play: JaMarcus Russell 28 Pass to Dwayne Bowe

Clock: 0:54

PAT: Colt David Kick

Key Play(s): Getting the ball back just before halftime with 2:51 before the intermission, JaMarcus Russell opened the possession with a 29-yard pass to Craig davis. On the next play, Russell again hit Davis, this time for 20 yards giving the Tigers possession at the Ragin' Cajun 21.

Note: The touchdown pass was the third of the game for Russell, marking a career-high for TD passes in a single game.





LSU 35, ULL 3

Drive: 10 Plays, 73 Yards, 5:18

Scoring Play: Jacob Hester 2 Run

Clock: 9:29

PAT: Colt David Kick

Key Play: On second and eight from the LSU 29, JaMarcus Russell rolled right and fired a strike downfield. It wasn't clear who Russell was throwing to as he overshot two LSU defenders, but hit Dwayne Bowe 26 yards to the ULL 45.

Note: The touchdown was Hester's third rushing score of his career.





LSU 42, ULL 3

Drive: 14 Plays, 70 Yards,  6:48

Scoring Play: Alley Broussard 3 Run

Clock: 11:59

PAT: Colt David Kick

Key Play: Welcome back Alley Broussard, On his first carry of the game, and his first since the 2005 Capital One Bowl, Broussard ripped off a 19-yard run straight up the middle and was one tackle away from breaking it for a touchdown.

Note: Alley Broussard scored his first touchdown of the season, also the first since the 2005 Capital One Bowl. Broussard missed the entire 2005 season with a knee injury.


LSU 45, ULL 3

Drive: 10 Plays, 65 Yards, 4:19

Scoring Play: Ryan Gaudet 33 FG

Clock: 4:01

Key Play: On first and 10 from the LSU 19, the first play of the drive, quarterback Matt Flynn showed off some nifty moves scampering for a 14-yard gain. He completed one pass to freshman tight end Richard Dickson for 13 yards and later ran again for a dozen more yards.

Note: The field goal was Gaudet's first since the 2004 season.

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