BATON ROUGE, La. -- LSU running back Leonard Fournette broke something all right -- and it wasnt the left ankle that had sidelined him for nearly a month.Fournette rewrote LSUs single-game rushing record on just his first eight carries -- scoring three touchdowns of 59 yards or more -- and the 25th-ranked Tigers beat No. 23 Mississippi 38-21 on Saturday night.Ive never been (associated with) a player like Leonard, LSU interim coach Ed Orgeron said. Hes dynamic. I believe hes the best player in the country.Fournette finished with 284 yards rushing in his first action since aggravating a bone bruise in his ankle on Sept. 24. His touchdowns went for 78, 76 and 59 yards. He averaged 17.8 yards on 16 carries. Fournette broke Alley Broussards LSU record of 250 yards rushing (on 26 carries) in 2004, also against Ole Miss.He ran the ball with speed and force, at one point leveling Mississippi defensive back Deontay Anderson while turning a screen pass into a 22-yard gain.This has been one of the hardest seasons for me. Especially dealing with this injury. Im still dealing with it, Fournette said, adding that he heeded a pre-game text message from his mother, Lory, advising him to keep the faith. Everybody thinks Im healthy, but Im out of shape, too.The victory puts LSU (5-2, 3-1 Southeastern Conference) at 3-0 under interim coach Ed Orgeron, who replaced Les Miles four games into the season.Since Orgeron took over and promoted Steve Ensminger to offensive coordinator, the Tigers have demonstrated a penchant for big plays . They had four TDs of 40 or more yards against the Rebels, including Danny Etlings 40-yard pass to D.J. Chark.LSU finished with 515 total yards against Ole Miss (3-4, 1-3), which saw its chances of getting back into the SEC West race take a huge hit.Weve got to really, really look at ourselves hard -- coaches and players -- and figure out why were not putting together complete games, said Rebels coach High Freeze, who served as an assistant under Orgeron at Ole Miss nearly a decade ago. Youth is no longer an answer in certain places, and neither are injuries. Its time to grow and be able to play a complete game in this difficult conference.LSU really dominated this game in the second half, Freeze added. When things didnt go well for us, we didnt respond.Fournettes 78-yarder, which gave him 249 yards on his first seven carries, put the Tigers up for good in the third quarter. Derrius Guice iced it with a 6-yard TD.THE TAKEAWAYMississippi: The Rebels defense is sprinkled with big-play talent, but the unit as a whole doesnt consistently play together and gives up too many big plays and too many points. In all of their losses, theyve allowed 34 or more points.LSU: Fournette certainly made up for lost time. His performance puts him right back in Heisman Trophy consideration. To stay there, hell have to keep it up against Alabama, which held him to 31 yards on 19 carries last season in Tuscaloosa.KELLY CONTAINEDChad Kelly, who came in averaging an SEC-best 308.2 yards passing, was intercepted twice and sacked twice. He finished 19 of 32 for 209 yards and one touchdown, and the Rebels failed to scored 30 points for the first time this season.COMPETITIVE STARTKelly capped Ole Miss opening drive with a 15-yard scoring pass to Van Jefferson, and the Rebels briefly led 10-0 before Fournette came rumbling through the right side of LSUs offensive line for his 59-yard score. Fournettes 76-yard run put the Tigers up 21-13, but Marquis Haynes sack and strip of Etling gave Ole Miss the ball on the LSU nine. Three plays later, the Rebels tied it at 21 when Akeem Judd scored from 2 yards out and Ole Miss added a 2-point conversion on Kellys keeper.INJURIESHaynes, who leads Mississippi with five sacks, left the game in the second half, unable to put weight on his right leg.BIG-TIME BLOCKINGOrgeron called the play of his offensive line tremendous. Fournette said his record is an honor he shares with Tigers linemen. Fournette had big holes on all three of his scoring runs. Twice, he cut inside stout blocks on the right edge by Maea Teuhema.POLL IMPLICATIONSLSU, which just got back into the AP Top 25 poll last week, should continue to move up. Ole Miss, which was the only three-loss team in the poll, is unlikely to remain ranked.UP NEXTMississippi: The Rebels hosts surging Auburn next Saturday.LSU: The Tigers get next weekend off before hosting the top-ranked Crimson Tide in what could be a pivotal game in both teams seasons.---More AP college football: www.collegefootball.ap.orgTeppo Numminen Coyotes Jersey .J. -- Seven games into a disappointing season, New York Giants defensive catalyst Jason Pierre-Paul is getting the feeling hes back. Alex Goligoski Coyotes Jersey . LeBron James and Chris Bosh didnt need any more. 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In addition, our game also must evolve into our new world, and the lens of player safety must be the key focus in all that we do.Shaw was considered one of the top referees in the sport before he was named coordinator of football officials in the SEC. He worked 21 years on the field as an NCAA football referee, including 15 in the SEC and six at the Division II level.Shaw worked the BCS championship game in 2000, when Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University played Florida State University, and also in 2005 when the University of Southern California played the University of Oklahoma.Shaw worked six other BCS bowl games as well, including three Rose Bowls (2003, 2009, 2011), two Fiesta Bowls (2006, 2008) and the 2010 Orange Bowl. He also officiated four SEC Championship Games in 1997, 1998, 2001 and 2006.Shaw also has contributed to college football off the field. He has been the chair of the Collegiate Coommissioners Association National Mechanics Committee since 2011.dddddddddddd In that role, he led a committee that modernized and completely rewrote the CCA manual; introduced the first set of mechanics for an eight-man officiating crew; and repurposed the manual for all officials to receive eight-, seven- and six-man mechanics in one manual.Shaw also has advocated for advancing the technology used in officiating.He has helped lead enhancements in the use of video to evaluate and develop officials and has pioneered a wireless crew communications system now used by most Football Bowl Subdivision conferences and the NFL. He currently is developing a centralized collaborative instant replay system for the SEC.Steve Shaw is an excellent choice, Redding said. He has demonstrated over the years a good knowledge of the rules and will be an effective addition to the rules-making process. Shaw has served on the NCAA Football Rules Editorial Subcommittee since 2013. He also has served four years on the board of directors for the National Association of Sports Officials, including a stint as chairman in 2011-12.Steve Shaw is a proven and respected leader in college football and has the skills and abilities to excel as secretary-rule editor, said Bob Nielson, chair of the NCAA Football Rules Committee and coach at the University of South Dakota. He has a tremendous understanding of the current issues and trends in our sport that will serve him well in this position. We are excited to have Steve in this role. ' ' '