WATCH: Donte Jackson runs lane for LSU
April 1, 2017 - running watch
LSU football is past a mid indicate of open football, and on Thursday cornerback Donte Jackson missed use with a good excuse.
Jackson was set to contest for a Tigers in a 90th Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays during Mike A. Myers Stadium in Austin.
The Tigers came divided as favorites themselves in a men’s 4×100-meter send as Jackson, comparison Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake, comparison Tremayne Acey and sophomore Jaron Flournoy ran a 39.23 time in a initial heat, that was good adequate for tops in the prelim standings by some-more than 3 tenths with a NCAA’s No. 2-ranked time this season.
Overall, it was a plain day for LSU’s lane and margin program.
Junior Kymber Payne took bullion in a women’s 400-meter hurdles. Senior Rebekah Wales won silver in a women’s pike with a span of NCAA-leading personal bests. The Tigers also picked adult LSU’s initial send pretension of a meet, putting an finish to a nine-year drought with their initial men’s stretch miscellany send championship during a Texas Relays given 2008.
Read about a whole eventuality and how a Tigers fared in Will Stafford’s square on LSUSports.net: Click here
Here’s video of Jackson’s run in a relay.
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