- LSU got off to a dominant start against Oklahoma in the Peach Bowl on Saturday, jumping out to a quick 28-7 lead.
- In need of a spark, Oklahoma tried to jump-start their offense with a trick play, an altered flea-flicker from quarterback Jalen Hurts.
- The LSU defense didn’t bite on the trickery, instead, intercepting the pass and scoring another touchdown to extend their lead to 35-7 just six plays later.
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Oklahoma walked into a buzzsaw in their college football playoff matchup against LSU in the Peach Bowl.
The Sooners’ defense was quickly overwhelmed by the Tigers, with Heisman-winning quarterback Joe Burrow jumping out to a 28-7 lead early in the game.
Looking for a spark, Oklahoma head coach Lincoln Riley dialed up a bit of trickery