LSU Tigers win the 2011 National Title with a shootout win over the Oklahoma Sooners. The game started all The Sooner's way when QB sensation Landry Jones hit K Stills 80 yards for a TD. 12 seconds into the game and LSU trails. That is when Game MVP Jarrett Lee took over. He orchestrated a 9 play drive that saw LSU never face a 3rd down and ended with a 1 yard Ware TD run. Oklahoma answered with a 10 play drive and 4 yard Millard TD run. Sooners back on top, though it would be the last time they held a lead. LSU needed just one play, a Jarrett Lee to Chris Tolliver 76 yard TD bomb, to tie the game at 14 a piece. The second quarter proved to be all LSU as the Tigers added another 21 points while holding Oklahoma to just a pair of FGs. The LSU defense awoke in the second, knocking QB phenom Landry Jones out for 2 quarters and holding the Oklahoma offense in check. During that time Jarrett Lee connected with Chris Tolliver two more times for TDs and Ware ran for his second TD if the night. In the second half LSU and Oklahoma traded scoring drives with LSU able to answer any score put up by the Sooners. The game ended with a combined 84 points scored on a combined over one thousand yards of offense. LSU put up 488 yards passing as Jarrett Lee went 27 of 33 passing with 4 TDs. More importantly Lee didn't throw an INT in the game, making it through the entire year without tossing a single pick. Both Landry Jones and backup Sooner QB D Allen also posted huge numbers with Allen going 13 of 15 for 164 yards and 2 TDs while Jones went 11 of 19 for 211 yards and 1 TD. Award winning WR and projected top 10 draft pick in the NFL draft Rueben Randle caught 12 passes for 177 yards and 1 TD. When asked after the game about his continued loosing the big big bowl game Oklahoma coach Bob Stoopes declined comment.