BATON ROUGE, La. -- Ed Orgeron held both arms in the air as he emerged from the Tiger Stadium tunnel for his first game as LSUs interim coach. Derrius Guices long, crowd-thrilling touchdown runs ensured Orgeron would leave Death Valley in an even better mood.In LSUs first game since the firing of coach Les Miles, and with star running back Leonard Fournette sidelined with ankle soreness, Guice rushed for a career-high 163 yards and three touchdowns, leading LSU to a 42-7 victory over Missouri on Saturday night.You could feel the electricity in the stadium, said Orgeron, a Louisiana native, who walked off the field beaming after his players gave him a celebratory drenching with a bucket of sports drink and handed him a game ball. This is Tiger Stadium. This is what its supposed to be.Guice scored the games first touchdown on a zig-zagging, 42-yard run in which he left several would-be tacklers grasping at air before using his speed to race away for the final yards. He added TDs from 4 and 37 yards before the first half ended.Orgeron has got everybody flying around the field, Guice said.We did everything faster tonight, Guice added. That allowed us to make big plays in the running game, including some that the offensive line broke open.Darrel Williams added a career-high 130 yards and three short touchdowns for LSU (3-2, 2-1 Southeastern Conference), which finished with 418 yards on the ground.Im glad they won and glad they performed well because now they can believe in what were doing, Orgeron said.Missouri (2-3, 0-2) struggled to sustain drives and didnt score until executing a reverse pass from receiver Eric Laurent to quarterback Drew Lock with 6:11 left in the game. LSU dominated time of possession, 42:33 to 17:27 and ran 82 plays to Missouris 60. LSU also finished with 634 yards -- the school record for an SEC game- to Missouris 265.They handed it to us in every area. I feel like I got my tail kicked tonight and we did as a program, first-year Mizzou coach Barry Odom said. I have great belief with all my soul that were a much better football team than that and we will be going forward.Lock limited LSUs formidable pass rush to two sacks by throwing quickly. But LSUs secondary didnt allow many easy throws. Lock, who came in averaging 377 yards passing, finished 17 of 37 for 167 yards and was intercepted once by TreDavious White on a long, over-thrown pass.Miles, arguably the most successful coach in LSU history after winning 77 percent of his games -- including the 2007 national title -- in 11-plus seasons, was fired last Sunday, the day after an 18-13 loss at Auburn. That game marked the second time this season LSUs offense looked stagnant in a loss to an underdog that was not ranked at the time of the game.Orgeron promised stylistic changes under new offensive coordinator Steve Ensminger and delivered early with four receiver sets and enough passes to keep Missouris defense honest. But statistically, LSU looked a lot like some of Miles most dominant teams, with more yards and scoring on the ground than through the air.LSU QB Danny Etling completed 19 of 30 passes for 216 yards and did not turn the ball over.We spread them out a little bit, Orgeron said. We started throwing the football, loosened them up on the run.THE TAKEAWAYMISSOURI: Stats can be deceiving. Mizzous offense, which came into the game leading the SEC, has looked far less prolific against teams from Power 5 conferences than the overmatched Eastern Michigan and Delaware State of the second-tier Football Championship Subdivision.LSU: Miles is out as coach but theres no questioning the talent he brought in. Its clear LSU was ready to play under Orgeron and could be a tough out for its remaining opponents.EJECTEDEach team had a player ejected for targeting and each team had another player thrown out under a new rule in college football that sends players to the locker room for two personal fouls in a game. LSUs Xavier Lewis and Missouris Brandon Lee were ejected for targeting. LSU offensive lineman Andy Dodd and Missouri defensive lineman Charles Harris were ejected in the second half for unsportsmanlike conduct fouls. Those fouls counted as their second personal fouls because every player on both teams had been assessed unsportsmanlike conduct penalties for a brief scuffle near midfield at the end of the first half.POLL IMPLICATIONSAfter falling out of the AP Poll last week, LSU could very well jump right back into the ranking with its emphatic rebound from its last-second lost at Auburn.UP NEXTMISSOURI: After a bye next weekend, Missouri will visit Florida on Oct. 15.LSU: A clash with historical rival Florida in the Swamp next weekend is on tap for LSU, marking the first road game of the Orgeron era.---AP College Football website: www.collegefootball.ap.org Nmd_r1 Shoes Canada . John Tavares, Thomas Vanek and Kyle Okposo were also being counted on to slow down sizzling Rangers forward Rick Nash. That plan didnt go so well early. Yeezy Shoes Canada .C. United of Major League Soccer. 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Straw was a wicketkeeper, born in Nottinghamshire in 1870, who played 61 matches for Worcestershire between 1899 and 1907. In his first season, he was given out this way during the match against Warwickshire at Worcester. He apparently hit the ball in the air and started to run, but bumped into fielder Alfred Glover, hampering him as he attempted to catch the ball. Straw was given out on appeal. Two years later, also against Warwickshire but this time at Edgbaston, Straw was out obstructing the field again - but no details of this incident seem to have been recorded. Amusingly, in both matches in which he was out for obstructing the field, Straw was dismissed by the Warwickshire fast bowler Frank Field for a duck in the second innings.R Ashwin took his 200th wicket against New Zealand, in his 37th Test - has anyone got there quicker? asked Mahesh Gupta from India Only one man has reached 200 Test wickets in fewer Tests than R Ashwins 37 - the Australian legspinner Clarrie Grimmett got there in his 36th match, against South Africa in Johannesburg in 1935-36. Grimmett played only one more Test - in which he took 14 wickets - and finished with 216 in just 37 matches. Dennis Lillee and Waqar Younis both reached 200 in 38 Tests, while Dale Steyn took 39. Ian Botham and Stuart MacGill come next, with 41. The previous-quickest Indian to the landmark was Harbhajan Singh, who got there in 46 matches.What are the highest and lowest scores made by openers carrying their bat in a Test, and all first-class cricket? asked David Johnson via Facebook Starting with Test matches, the highest score by an opener carrying his bat through a completed innings is 223 (not out, obviously), by New Zealands Glenn Turner against West Indies in Kingston in 1971-72. There have been four other double-centuries: Marvan Atapattu made 216 not out for Sri Lanka against Zimbabwe in Bulawayo in 1999-2000, Bill Brown 206 not out for Australia v England at Lords in 1938, Len Hutton 202 not out for England against West Indies at The Oval in 1950, and Virender Sehwag 201 not out (in a total of just 329) for India v Sri Lanka in Galle in 2008. Turner is also one of only five people to carry their bat while scoring less than 50, with 43 against England at Lords in 1969 - but there are two individual scores lower than that: Bernard Tancred carried his bat for 26 (out of 47) for South Africa against England in Cape Town in 1888-89, while Bill Woodfull made 30 of Australias 66 against England in Brisbane in 1928-29. The highest in first-class cricket is 357 not out (in a Surrey innings of 811) by Bobby Abel against Somerset at The Oval in 1899. The lowest is just five, by the noted stonewaller Dick Barlow in a Lancashire innings of 69 against Nottinghamshire at Trent Bridge in 1882.ddddddddddddSaid Wisden: Barlow was batting two hours and a half for just five runs.Which England player has taken part in the most Test wins? asked Rob Parker from England Two current players top this particular list: Alastair Cook has been part of 56 England Test wins so far, and James Anderson 54. Next come Ian Bell with 48, Andrew Strauss 47, and Stuart Broad and Colin Cowdrey 43. The overall list is headed by four Australians: Ricky Ponting shared in 108 Test wins, Shane Warne 92, Steve Waugh 86, and Glenn McGrath 84. The leading non-Australian is Jacques Kallis, with 82. At the other end of the spectrum Alec Stewart took part in 54 England defeats; only Shivnarine Chanderpaul (77), Brian Lara (63) and Sachin Tendulkar (56) tasted Test defeat more often. The only other man to have lost a half-century of Tests is Mohammad Ashraful (50), who played only 61 in total for Bangladesh. We recently had a quiz question about an England player with the first name Edric. When the answer came I was none the wiser as I hadnt heard of him! Who was it? asked Dennis Harrison from England The man in your question was the Yorkshire legspinner Edric Eddie Leadbeater, who played two Tests for England in 1951-52. He had taken 84 wickets in 1950, and followed that with 81 the following year, to earn a place in the understrength side - captained by the uncapped Nigel Howard - that toured India that winter. He took only two wickets, although both were top-order batsmen, in Polly Umrigar and Vinoo Mankad. Leadbeater never enjoyed much success for Yorkshire after that, and moved to Warwickshire in 1957. Despite taking 49 wickets the following year - and scoring a maiden century - he never played first-class cricket again. Leadbeater, who died in 2011 aged 83, is a rarity among England players in that he was never awarded a county cap.According to Somerset, Chris Rogers was the third man to score two centuries in his last first-class match. Who were the other two? asked John Lynch from Vanuatu Assuming he isnt persuaded to carry on, 39-year-old Chris Rogers will sign off with 132 and 100 not out - his 75th and 76th first-class centuries - in Somersets feisty but fruitless victory over Nottinghamshire in Taunton last week. The first man to finish in this way was back in 1817, when William Lambert made 107 not out and 157 for Sussex against Epsom at Lords, in a match considered first-class. Lamberts career was ended by a betting scandal shortly afterwards. The only other man to end his career with twin hundreds was the Guyanese left-hander Len Baichan, with 132 and 101 not out for Berbice against Demerara in the Jones Cup final in Albion in 1982-83. Baichan played only three Tests, but scored a century in the first of them - against Pakistan in Lahore in 1974-75.Send in your questions using our feedback form. ' ' '