LSU went into Death Valley ready for an upstart and upset-minded No. 3 Arkansas team. Many analysts were preparing themselves for BCS tumult, but Les Miles prepared his team to take down Petrino's team. Arkansas kept pace with LSU in the first half, but Tyler Wilson was rattled all day and the LSU run offense ran away with the game. LSU has two more games (likely in domes) since they'll play for the SEC championship game against the Georgia Bulldogs. If the Tigers can handle the Dawgs, LSU will play for the BCS title in New Orleans.