Aston Walter
Maria Lysaker - Rice Athletics
10
Rice RICE 1-11
42
LSU LSU 9-2
Score By Quarters
Team 1st 2nd 3rd 4th F
RICE Rice 0 3 0 7 10
LSU LSU 14 14 7 7 42

Game Recap: Football | | By: Tim Andrzejewski (tim.andrzejewski@rice.edu)

Rice Falls at No. 10 LSU, 42-10

The Lead
 
No. 10 LSU outgained Rice 552-to-198 as the Owls fell, 42-10, Saturday night at Tiger Stadium.
                                                           
The Story
 
LSU scored on four of its first five possession. Haden Tobola connected on a career-long 51-yard field goal late in the first half to send Rice into halftime trailing, 28-3. The Tigers extended its lead to 42-3 early in the fourth quarter. But, the Owls went 75-yards in 13 plays, culminating in Juma Otoviano's five-yard touchdown run, the first of his career. Aston Walter ran a career-high 23 times for 72 yards and D' Angelo Ellis caught three passes for 66 yards.
 
Notes
 
  • LB Ari Broussard and LB Ikenna Enechukwu made their debut.
  • QB Shawn Stankavage was 7-of-13 for 101 yards.
  • RB Aston Walter ran a career-high 23 times for a career-high tying 72 yards.
  • With two receptions, WR Austin Trammell has 61 on the year, becoming the seventh player in school history with 60 receptions in a season.
  • RB Juma Otoviano scored his first career touchdown on a five-yard run.
  • K Haden Tobola connected on a career-long 51-yard field goal in the second quarter. It was his 10th field goal of the year and the 26th of his career.
  • It was the first 50-yard field goal since Chris Boswell's 50-yarder at New Mexico State on Oct. 19, 2013 and the longest since Boswell's 56-yarder against Kansas on Sept. 14, 2013.
  • P Jack Fox had three punts of 50 yards, giving him 24 on the year.
  • WR D' Angelo Ellis caught three passes for 66 yards.
  • Ellis' 27-yard reception in the fourth quarter was the longest of his career.
  • LB Treshawn Chamberlain set a career-high with 10 tackles. It's his first career double-digit tackle game.
  • Chamberlain becomes the fourth player this year with double-digit tackles.
  • LB Dylan Silcox forced his first career fumble.
  • DB Prudy Calderon recovered his first career fumble.
  • DE Roe Wilkins tied a career-high with seven tackles.
  • LB Blaze Alldredge recorded his first career sack to end the first half.
 
Next Up
 
Rice closes its season next Saturday, Nov. 24, when it hosts Old Dominion at 12 p.m. on ESPN+.
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