No. 2 LSU danced, dodged and darted its way into the end zone Monday night, turning the BCS national championship game into a horrible replay for No. 1 Ohio State. It was over early, with Matt Flynn throwing four touchdown passes in a 38-24 win.
With so many offensive weapons at his disposal, Matt Flynn was seen as a caretaker in the preseason. But thanks to his gutsy, smart play in tight wins against Auburn and Alabama, Flynn's role has changed dramatically.
Matt Flynn came up big when LSU needed him most: down one point with eight seconds left against a talented Auburn squad. Coach Les Miles' gutsy call and Flynn's perfect pass equal more SEC madness, writes Chris Low.
Matt Flynn threw a 22-yard touchdown pass to Demetrius Byrd with a second left to lift fifth-ranked LSU to a 30-24 victory over No. 18 Auburn on Saturday night, keeping LSU's national title hopes alive and well.
Matt Flynn threw two touchdown passes, Joseph Addai rushed for 130 yards and the Tigers humbled No. 9 Miami, even running a couple of fake kicks in a 40-3 rout Friday that marked the Hurricanes' most-lopsided bowl loss ever.