LSU vs. Auburn score: Bayou Bengals come back, pull off road upset on last-second FG

AUBURN, Ala. — LSU kicker Cole Tracy drilled a 42-yard field goal as time expired to lift No. 12 LSU to a 22-21 win over No. 7 Auburn Saturday at Jordan-Hare Stadium in Auburn. The kick capped a 14-play, 52-yard drive that drained the final 5:38 of the game to send the visitors into the locker room as victorious.

Quarterback Joe Burrow — in his first SEC road start with LSU — completed a third-and-7 and a fourth-and-7 on the final drive of the game to lead LSU into field goal range in front of the hostile orange and blue clad crowd. The LSU comeback was courtesy of Burrow’s cool hand, as the offense scored on three of its final five drives of the game while Auburn remained stuck at 21 on the scoreboard for the 25 minutes of the game. 

Both defenses played up to their reputations of being among the best in the SEC. LSU picked off Jarrett Stidham twice and kept Auburn’s second-half drives short, giving the ball back to the offense and keeping Gus Malzahn from his intention of bleeding out the clock to hold on for a win. 

Let’s look at three things to know about what might have been the most impressive road win the SEC since Johnny Manziel took down Alabama in

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