LSU dominated Purdue in several ways on Monday in the Citrus Bowl, and along the way, the Tigers set a rushing record.

As the Tigers went up 28-0, they recorded the 38th rushing touchdown of the season, a school record and broke the previous mark that was set in 2013. It came from Noah Cain, who added his second score of the game, and by that point had 6 carries for 39 yards. The record-breaker was a 9-yarder with 8:23 remaining in the first half.

Cain, a transfer from Penn State, came into the game with 347 yards and 8 touchdowns.

The Tigers had little trouble in any area during a romp of a first half which saw LSU go up 35-0 with 1:07 remaining. The Tigers rang up 116 rushing yards on 15 carries for an average of 7.7 yards per carry.

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