BATON ROUGE -- The 12th-ranked LSU Football team used a balanced attack to amass 454 yards of total offense in a 45-10 victory over Chattanooga on Saturday night in Tiger Stadium.
LSU Receiver D.J. Chark
LSU (2-0) had 222 rushing yards and 232 passing yards, as the Tigers won a home opener for the 70th time in Tiger Stadium (since 1925).
Derrius Guice led LSU in rushing with 102 on 15 attempts, as the junior running back became the 16th Tiger to surpass 2,000 career yards.
Quarterback Danny Etling used five passes of more than 25 yards to finish 8-of-14 passing for 227 yards with a touchdown.
Chattanooga (0-2) had 122 of its 242 yards of total offense in the fourth quarter, as the Mocs ended LSU's streak of not allowing a touchdown at 12.