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LSU motivated by CFP committee, plays complete game vs Texas A&M

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BATON ROUGE, La. — At dictionary.com, one can find the definition for just about anything. Type in a word into a search bar, smash the enter key and up pops a list of defining characteristics about said word. For example, if you input into the search bar “jambalaya,” you’d get this: A dish of Creole origin, consisting of rice cooked with ham, sausage, chicken, or shellfish, herbs, spices and vegetables, especially tomatoes, onions and peppers.

If you type in “gumbo,” you’d first see this: A stew or thick soup, usually made with chicken or seafood, greens and okra or sometimes filé as a thickener. As you’ve probably figured out, these words are synonymous with one state, Louisiana, and with one school, LSU. They are special words at this place, affectionately used here, a meaning that goes well beyond food, much deeper than any dictionary can define. However, here this week there was one word with even more meaning—at least for one week. That word? Complete.

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Having all parts or elements; lacking nothing; whole; entire; full.

On Tuesday night, in front of television cameras broadcasting a segment to millions of ESPN viewers, one of the most powerful men in college football provided unneeded motivation for one of college football’s best teams. College Football Playoff Committee chairman Rob Mullens referred to Ohio State as a more “complete team” than LSU. Four days later, the Tigers defined the word itself, delivering their most complete game of the season in a bloodbath of a victory, 50–7, over Texas A&M. The Tigers led 31–0 midway through the second quarter, out-gained A&M 553–169 and opened the game by forcing seven consecutive punts. This was, as they might say, complete. There are plenty of definitions for it, too.

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