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PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. Nazair Jones Jersey . -- Bernhard Langer birdied his first four holes and finished with a 9-under 63 to open a four-stroke lead Friday in the Champions Tours First Tee Open. The 56-year-old German star, a two-time winner this year on the 50-and-over tour, had nine birdies in his bogey-free round at Del Monte Country Club. He had a 6-under 30 on the back nine -- his opening nine. "I got off to a fantastic start today, with birdies on the first four holes," Langer said after playing Del Monte in tournament competition for only the second time in his career. "Conditions were very nice, although the wind picked up later in the round." Defending champion Kirk Triplett, Tom Lehman, Andrew Magee, Mark McNulty and Doug Garwood were tied for second at 67. They also all played at Del Monte. Fred Couples, Dan Forsman, Russ Cochran, Joey Sindelar, Mark Calcavecchi and Jerry Haas followed at 68, also all at Del Monte. Langer, who hadnt played in the tournament since his first event on the Champions Tour in 2007, also missed several birdie attempts while flirting with a sub-60 round. "I actually left a 5-footer on the seventh hole and 7-footer on the sixth hole and some others," Langer said. "Im not too happy about that. But poa annua does that to you." Prior to his 2007 Champions Tour debut, Langer last played on the Monterey Peninsula in the 2000 U.S. Open at Pebble Beach. Scott Hoch birdied the ninth hole -- his final hole of the day -- to shoot a 2-under 70 for the low round at Pebble Beach. Hoch was the only player among the top 22 scorers who played at Pebble Beach. Bobby Clampett, Chen Lu, Bill Glasson, Tom Pernice Jr. and Larry Nelson shot 71 at Pebble Beach. Triplett, who like Langer started on the back nine, had four straight birdies, beginning at the 17th. "I had a few loose shots and left a lot of birdie opportunities out there," Triplett said. 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Zach Mettenberger enjoyed a third productive outing in as many games for LSU (3-0), connecting on 13 of 18 passes for 264 yards and three touchdowns in what was the Tigers last tuneup before opening Southeastern Conference play. Auburn, which beat Mississippi State 24-20 to improve to 3-0, visits next Saturday. "We did what we were supposed to do," LSU coach Les Miles said. "I think the out-of-conference play will prepare us. ... Were looking forward to facing a quality SEC opponent in our stadium next week." Two of Mettenbergers scoring strikes went to Jarvis Landry, whose total of five TD catches already this season exemplifies how much the Tigers air attack has improved under first-year offensive co-ordinator and former NFL coach Cam Cameron. Landry had five touchdown catches all of last season. "It is so much fun to be in this offence this year," Landry said. "Last year at this time we were still struggling offensively. Looking back at it, it kind of makes you laugh because if you look at the same guys now, they are making plays. You see a quarterback that has grown leaps and bounds and emerging. You also see young offensive linemen coming along. I just cant wait to see what the rest of the season has in store." Kent States defence had given up nearly 600 yards in a loss a week earlier to Bowling Green, so there was a chance it would only get worse for the Golden Flashes down on the bayou. "We knew what they were going to run. They obviously werent trying to hide anything," Kent State safety Jordan Italiano said of LSU. "We didnt do a good job executing -- fundamental stuff, some tackling, gave up big plays. We just need to correct that." LSU covered a five-touchdown point spread against UAB the previous week, and might have done so again against Kent State if not for Miles decision to run out the clock deep in Golden Flashes territory. Mettenberger hit Odell Beckham Jr. five times for 76 yards, including a 5-yard TD in the second half. Fullback Connor Neighbors turned a short catch in the right flat into a 52-yard gain. Terrence Magee rushed nine times for 108 yards, scoring the Tigers final touuchdown on a 12-yard run. Michael Bennett Jersey. . LSU players had expressed disappointment with the running game a week earlier. Not this time. "This week we put a lot of emphasis on running the football," Hill said. "It is always good to get back into the grove." The Tigers gained 307 yards on the ground, with two 100-yard rushers. "We needed to have some tempo and some feel for the running game," Miles said. "I felt like tonight was an example of what its supposed to look like." Landrys first touchdown came on a leaping catch in a crowd on a ball Mettenberger threw under pressure from 21 yards out. Landrys second score came after what would have been Hills third TD of the first half was wiped out by an illegal block. Mettenberger hit Landry cutting across the middle, and the receiver easily turned the corner near the right sideline to complete a 31-yard scoring play that made it 31-7 in the second quarter. Kent State quarterback Colin Reardon completed 20 of 29 passes for 190 yards, ran for a short touchdown and was not intercepted. However, the Golden Flashes (1-2) allowed at least 570 yards for a second straight week and never threatened after falling behind 21-0. Kent States only touchdown came on a 2-yard end run by Reardon earlier in the second quarter. Anthony Melchioris 37-yard field goal made it 31-10 shortly before halftime. Although the Golden Flashes managed only a field goal in the second half, they sustained several drives into Tigers territory, giving coach Paul Haynes hope his team would fare better at Penn State next week, and in the Mid-American Conference thereafter. "Weve got to stick together. Weve got to make sure we continue to get better and we will," Haynes said. "Our guys are still hungry, and every goal that we wanted to accomplish, we still can." LSU, meanwhile, continued to rotate numerous young players into action on a defence that lost most of its starters in the off-season. The unit sacked Reardon twice, with D.J. Welter (the first of his career) and Ego Ferguson registering one each. LSUs victory came after a week in which a series of Sports Illustrated articles highlighted claims by former Oklahoma State players of booster payments and other misconduct from 2001-11, a span covering Miles four years at the school before he came to LSU in 2005. Miles asserted this week that he ran the Oklahoma State program with integrity and added after the game that he wasnt allowing the allegations to affect him or his team. "I am not distracted from my appointed rounds and duties, simply put," Miles said. 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