LSU may have a new pregame ritual for road games after stopping to warm up at car dealership

Prior to taking on the Mississippi State Bulldogs at 11 a.m. CT in Starkville on Saturday, LSU had an hour-long drive from where they were staying to the stadium. To break up the drive and to keep players from getting groggy during the trip, Brian Kelly decided to call an audible.

Kelly and the Tigers made a pit stop at a car dealership in West Point, Mississippi, to stretch and do a walkthrough to get the blood pumping. With the way LSU played against the Bulldogs, it may wind up doing that for every road game.

Jayden Daniels and Malik Nabers had generational games against the Bulldogs. Daniels finished the game 30-for-34 for 361 yards and two touchdowns. Nabers finished the day with 13 receptions for 239 yards and two touchdowns.

The Tiger defense was outstanding as they held Will Rogers to 14 points as LSU rolled to a 41-14 win. We will see if Kelly makes this a tradition the next time LSU hits the road.

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