Morning Links: LSU Tigers Defeat Auburn 35-21 Behind Hill’s Career Night

Sep 21, 2013; Baton Rouge, LA, USA; LSU Tigers running back Jeremy Hill (33) runs against the Auburn Tigers during the first half of a game at Tiger Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports

A collection of some of the best stories from around the internet on No. 6 LSU’s 35-21 victory in the Tigers SEC opener vs. Auburn in which LSU improved to 4-0 on the season.

The LSU defense set the table for a special night for running back Jeremy Hill writes Trip Dugas of The Daily Reveille

Randy Rosetta of NOLA.com I The Times-Picayune writes the LSU defense struggled late, but stepped when it mattered most.

John Roach of NOLA.com I The Times-Picayune asks the question if Jeremy Hill is the best running back in the SEC, but Hill sees room for improvement after career night, Zach Mettenberger isn’t satisfied and Les Miles isn’t happy

Jim Kleinpeter of NOLA.com I The Times-Picayune writes about the boring dominance of LSU

Glenn Guilbeau of USA TODAY Sports writes about the career night for Jeremy Hill as he finished with a career high 183 yards in front of an announced crowd of 92,638 at a rainy Tiger Stadium.

Bleacher Report’s Jake Martin writes about the 10 things we learned in the Tiger’s win over their toughest opponent yet in Auburn.

Richard Langford examines the dominating performance Jeremy Hill had in his article on Bleacher Report

A view from the Auburn perspective:

College and Magnolia’s Chris Fuhrmeister with postgame quotes from Auburn and his initial thoughts on the Tiger on Tiger crime.

Poor quarterback play, a sloppy start and no answer for Jeremy Hill doomed Auburn vs. LSU writes Joel A. Erickson of Al.com. “We laid an egg in the first half,” Auburn coach Gus Malzahn said.

Facing a stingy defense and talented defensive line Auburn running back Tre Mason didn’t quit. “When we came here, everyone got in their minds to never quit,” Mason said via Lindy’s Sports. “That’s one thing we preach every day. Never quit till the clocks says zero.”

LSU plays Georgia next in Athens at 2:30 and the game will be televised on CBS.

Topics: Football, Jeremy Hill, LSU Tigers

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