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WATCH: No. 25 Arkansas takes down LSU in OT

Nov 13, 2021; Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA; LSU Tigers running back Tyrion Davis-Price (3) runs the ball against Arkansas Razorbacks defensive back Joe Foucha (7) in the first half at Tiger Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
Nov 13, 2021; Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA; LSU Tigers running back Tyrion Davis-Price (3) runs the ball against Arkansas Razorbacks defensive back Joe Foucha (7) in the first half at Tiger Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Cam Little kicked three field goals, including a 37-yard game-winner in overtime, as No. 25 Arkansas defeated LSU 16-13 in an SEC game Saturday night in Baton Rouge, La.

LSU had the first possession of overtime, but Garrett Nussmeier threw an interception in the end zone.

The Razorbacks (7-3, 3-3 SEC) ran three plays for six yards before Little’s game-winner.

Nussmeier, a freshman seeing his first significant time in pre-determined relief of Max Johnson, completed 18 of 31 for 179 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions for the Tigers (4-6, 2-5)

Arkansas reached the LSU 38 on the first possession of the third quarter, but Jefferson was sacked by Damone Clark on fourth-and-4.

On the ensuing possession, the Tigers reached the Razorbacks 37 before stalling and Cade York missed a 55-yard field goal.

KJ Jefferson scrambled away from the pass rush and threw a 43-yard touchdown pass to Dominique Johnson to tie the score at 10 midway through the quarter.

Little’s 27-yard field goal gave Arkansas a 13-10 lead at the end of the period, but York’s 45-yard field goal tied the score early in the fourth.

The Tigers reached the Razorbacks’ 38, but Nussmeier threw an incompletion on fourth-and-3.

LSU went three-and-out on the game’s first possession, and Arkansas needed to drive just 23 yards on the ensuing possession before Little kicked a 48-yard field goal for a 3-0 lead.

Nussmeier entered the game on LSU’s third possession and both of his passes went incomplete, but the Tigers drove 28 yards and running plays and one Arkansas penalty. That led to York’s 34-yard field goal that tied the score at the end of the period.

On Nussmeier’s second possession, he threw a 29-yard touchdown pass to Jack Bech to give LSU a 10-3 halftime lead.

The Tigers’ last four possessions of the half ended with three punts and one lost fumble.

After getting the field goal on their first possession, the Razorbacks punted on six straight possessions before their final possession ended when time expired at the LSU 30.

–Field Level Media