Baton Rouge, LA- Junior center, T-Bob Hebert and son of former New Orleans Saints great Bobby Hebert,saved the day for LSU's Coach Les Miles and quarterback Jordan Jefferson. With time running off the clock, LSU(5-0) down by four to Tennessee(2-3), and Jefferson not paying attention. With two seconds left on the clock Hebert snaps the ball to a non-ready Jefferson, who muffs the snap. Just as LSU thought the game was over and Tennessee's Coach Derek Dooley was meeting Miles at mid-field, you heard head-referee come over the pa system with penalty on the field. Tennessee had broke the huddle with too many men on the field, which would result in a one yard penalty since LSU was in the red-zone. This would set LSU up with a third and goal from the one yard-line with no time on the clock, which would result in a 1-yard touchdown from Stevan Ridley giving LSU the win with a Final score of 16-14.
LSU would jump on the score board first with a 83-yard touchdown run from Jefferson on LSU's first play of the game. Subsequently, Jefferson would set an LSU record for the longest touchdown by a quarterback. So with 14:43 left in the first quarter LSU 7-Vols 0.
On LSU's next possession Jefferson's pass would be intercepted by Tennessee's Janzen Jackson at the Tennessee 36-yard line and returned for 14-yards to the 50-yard line. Thanks to great defensive stand by LSU they would hold Tennessee to only seven yards on this series forcing a turnover on downs.
Tennessee would get their first score of the game with a one yard touchdown run by Tauren Poole with a Michael Parlady kick, capping off a ten play 63-yard drive tying the game LSU 7-Vols 7 with 0:24 left in the first quarter.
Neither team would get on the board again until the fourth quarter. LSU would be the first to score resulting with a Josh Jasper 31-yard field-goal giving LSU the lead LSU 10-Vols 7 with 14:50 left in the game.
Tennessee would fire back with a three yard touchdown from quarterback Matt Simms and kick by Parlady, capping a eight play 71-yard drive giving the Vols their first lead of the game Vols 14-LSU 10 with 11:34 left in the game.
LSU's offense sparked by quarterback Jarret Lee driving four plays and 62-yards would be quickly extinguished by Vols LaMarcus Thompson with Lee interception with 9:52 left in the game.
LSU's defense would once again answer holding the Vols offense on a fourth-and-one, while the Vols were deep in LSU territory with 5:41 left in the game
LSU would take over on their own 31-yard line. And go 16-plays and 69-yards for a Ridley one yard touchdown for the craziest drive I have ever seen in college football, giving LSU the win LSU 16-Vols 14.