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Joe Burrow takes the field ahead of 2019 Peach Bowl

Coach O is making sure the Tiger fans are rowdy as he walks off the field.

Bruce Feldman of the Athletic gave a little detail of Clyde Edwards-Helaire and how he looked during pregame warmups

Burrow working with his receivers during warmups.

Ross Dellenger has reported that offensive coordinator Steve Ensminger will coach today despite the devastating loss of daughter-in-law Carley McCord, who died in a plane crash early Saturday morning.

Ensminger took the field with the team for warmups.

Clyde Edwards-Helaire has taken the field fully dressed. Looks like he's available but how much he plays is a mystery.

3:15 p.m.- The Tigers take the field

LSU captains: Rashard Lawrence Thaddeus Moss Justin Jefferson Lloyd Cushenberry

Tigers win the coin toss and defer to the second half.

First Quarter

To no surprise, Avery Atkins with a touchback to start this game.

Jalen Hurts sacked by K'Lavon Chaisson on first play from scrimmage. Two plays in and LSU defense is bringing the heat, dropping Kennedy Brooks for a loss on second down.

LSU opens the game with a three and out on the Oklahoma offense. Great start from the defense.

Well it took LSU three plays to get on the board. 19-yard touchdown from Burrow to Jefferson for the game's first points. Edwards-Helaire used as a decoy on the touchdown pass from Burrow to Jefferson.

Scoring Update: LSU 7, Oklahoma 0

Two straight three and outs forced by the LSU defense. Hurts having absolutely no time to throw. Patrick Queen forces the quarterback pressure on that one

Six plays, -2 yards for the Oklahoma offense.

Right guard Damien Lewis is down. Got rolled up on and doesn't look good on the replay. Tiger offense goes three and out on the sack to Burrow. Likely will see Ed Ingram at guard.

Jalen Hurts option keeper picks up Oklahoma's first first down of the day.

Jalen Hurts connects with CeeDee Lamb inside the LSU five-yard line. Play officially went for 51 yards. Kennedy Brooks scores on the next play.

Big time response by the OU offense. 

Scoring Update: LSU 7, Oklahoma 7

Ed Ingram slides in at left guard, Adrian Magee slides to the right side. Back-to-back receptions for Jefferson has LSU in Oklahoma territory. He's been the early favorite of Burrow's today

3 catches for 51 yards in this first quarter for Jefferson.

I think Clyde wants the ball. Just ran over a couple of Oklahoma defenders on his first carry 14-yard gain. Terrace Marshall scores two plays later on a perfectly placed ball from Burrow

Six-yard touchdown reception caps off a 75-yard drive on nine plays

Scoring Update: LSU 14, Oklahoma 7

Derek Stingley got away with an obvious pass interference. Lincoln Riley and the Sooners are justifiably livid.

LSU offense takes over and Joe Burrow with a post Heisman, Heisman moment. That was a post Heisman Heisman moment from Joe Burrow 24-yard completion to Marshall will be challenged. He might've run out of bounds

Call will stand. Deemed he was forced out by the OU defense. Officially, a remarkable play from Burrow

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Joe Burrow career touchdown pass No. 67. Second of the day to Jefferson. FYI, 69 is the LSU career passing touchdown record, held by Hodson 

Scoring Update: LSU 21, Oklahoma 7

Joe Burrow stats after one quarter: 166 yards, three touchdowns as LSU takes a commanding 21-7 lead after one quarter.

Second Quarter

And Terrace Marshall has 11. It's insane what this offense has been able to accomplish.

Tiger defense forces Hurts and OU off the field. LSU can take control of this game early in the second quarter here.

Joe Burrow scrambles on 3rd-and-10 for a first down. Edwards-Helaire just took a blindside hit like a champ. Bounces right back up. Radley-Hiles will almost certainly be ejected for targeting on that one. 

Hat trick for Justin Jefferson just 18 minutes into this game. Burrow on the run from 42-yards out drops a dime right to the junior receiver.

That touchdown pass also tied the Peach Bowl record. Burrow doesn't know how to not break records 

Scoring Update: LSU 28, Oklahoma 7

Trick play from Oklahoma backfires on Sooners, picked off by Kary Vincent. Tigers are dominating every facet of this game.

Ja'Marr Chase with his first catch of the day for a first down on 3rd-and-18

Four touchdowns now for Justin Jefferson in this game. the first half.

Jefferson is one touchdown away from Chase now, who leads the NCAA in touchdowns this season. Jefferson is first player to ever have four touchdowns in CFP game. Also ties the record for all bowls with the four touchdown receptions. There's 9:17 to go in the first half

Scoring Update: LSU 35, Oklahoma 7

Oklahoma finally moving the ball as a 3rd-and-13 completion that includes a roughing the passer has OU inside LSU territory.

Hurts keeps it from two yards out, cuts the LSU lead to 35-14

Scoring Update: LSU 35, Oklahoma 14

Jefferson and Burrow back out to continue their historic starts to this game. 

Jefferson not needed as Thaddeus Moss just went 62 yards on a busted play to give LSU a 42-14 lead. Joe Burrow 353 yard, six touchdown far.

Scoring Update: LSU 42, Oklahoma 14

Terrace Marshall touchdown. Burrow did that thing where he jogged off the field right after he released the ball. Marshall has two touchdowns in the first half today.

Joe Burrow broke his own LSU record for touchdowns in a game (7). We're still in the first half It's also never been done in a CFP game so there's that.

Burrow stats: 403 yards, seven touchdowns

Scoring Update: LSU 49, Oklahoma 14

Third Quarter

LSU down to the OU 25-yard line after a completion to Terrace Marshall goes for a big gain.

Tigers hand off to Chase on 4th-and-2 who easily picks up the first down. Joe Burrow waved off the field goal unit on that play.

Burrow sneaks it into the endzone for his eighth touchdown of the day

Scoring Update: LSU 56, Oklahoma 14

Jalen Hurts scores for the second time on the ground.

Scoring Update: LSU 56, Oklahoma 21

Fourth Quarter

Cade York doinks his lone field goal attempt of the day, pretty much the only thing that's gone wrong for LSU today

Oklahoma adds another touchdown as the offense is too little too late for the Sooners

Scoring Update: LSU 56, Oklahoma 28