Auburn quarterback Jarrett Stidham accepted blame for his team’s home loss to LSU on Saturday.

Stidham, who finished with 198 yards, a touchdown and two interceptions on 16 of 28 passing, detailed both turnovers, including the first, which took place during his first pass attempt, while speaking with reporters after the game.

“It was a rollout that we run quite a bit and I think he just threw it a little bit behind (Ryan Davis),” Auburn coach Gus Malzahn said via “But with that being said, we still got the lead at halftime. So you know, you just got to overcome things like that. Everything isn’t going to go perfect. You’re going to have things happen.”

Stidham missed on the following three attempts before completing his next 8 of 11 passes for 113 yards. The junior also recorded 68 yards and a touchdown on six of nine passes in the third quarter before throwing an interception to LSU’s Greedy Williams.

“He was riding on Darius [Slayton’s] hip really, really well,” Stidham said. “I was thinking back-shoulder throw and he kind of sat on it and made a great play. … Greedy was playing it really, really well. Just got to make a better throw.”

LSU trailed 21-19 before putting together a game-winning drive capped off by Cole Tracy’s 41-yard field goal as time expired.

Video of Stidham’s postgame comments was shared by in a video posted to YouTube: