Kaleb Jackson channeled his inner Leonard Fournette on Saturday in Starkville. He bulldozed a Mississippi State defender in the 41-14 win over the Bulldogs.

Fournette would have been proud of Jackson’s flattening of the Mississippi State player. Jackson didn’t lead LSU in rushing yards, but that won’t matter to the fans after he trucked another human being.

Jackson was a former 4-star recruit out of the 2023 class. It’s early into his LSU career and he made a statement with the play in Saturday’s game.

That play embodied how dominant the win over Mississippi State was for Brian Kelly’s Tigers.

LSU has recovered after suffering a tough loss to Florida State in the season opener. The Tigers return home to face Arkansas next in Week 4.

That game will be taking place on Sept. 23 at 7 p.m. ET on ESPN.

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