Odell Beckham, Jarvis Landry, Jeremy Hill all reach 1,000 yards Odell Beckham, Jarvis Landry, Jeremy Hill all reach 1,000 yards Advocate staff photo by TRAVIS SPRADLING -- LSU wide receiver Jarvis Landry (80) bulls over Texas A&M defensive back Deshazor Everett (29) just before the goal line, as he goes in to score on his second touchdown reception of the first half, Saturday at Tiger Stadium. Advocate staff report Nov. 27, 2013 Comments For the first time in school history, LSU has a 1,000-yard rusher and two 1,000-yard receivers. Odell Beckham Jr. had 80 total yards in Saturday’s 34-10 victory over Texas A&M to give him a school record 2,170 all-purpose yards, including 1,101 yards receiving. Jarvis Landry had four catches for 87 yards and two touchdowns to give him 1,059 receiving yards for the season. And Jeremy Hill had 78 yards and two TDs on 14 carries to give him 1,040 rushing yards this season. Dean remembered LSU added a sticker to its helmet for former athletic director and basketball great Joe Dean, who died last Sunday at 83. Dean was remembered Saturday with a moment of silence before kickoff. LSU has a helmet sticker for former coach and athletic director Paul Dietzel, who died Sept. 24. Moreau returns Longtime LSU football radio analyst Doug Moreau returned to the broadcast booth Saturday for the first time this season after a lengthy but non-life-threatening illness. Moreau, an All-American who played for LSU from 1963-65, has called LSU games on radio or television since 1972. Capital One, other bowls scout game Representatives from the Southeastern Conference’s top non-BCS bowl game, the Capital One Bowl, were on hand Saturday. Both teams were among a group of SEC schools the bowl is considering. LSU played in the Capital One in 2004 and 2010, losing to Iowa and Penn State, respectively. “LSU traveled extraordinarily well for both of those games,” Capital One representative Chris Kearney said. Bowl reps from the Sugar, Cotton, Chick-fil-A, Texas and Senior bowls were also on hand. And the band played @%($! The kids didn’t keep it clean. The Golden Band from Tigerland was expected to play fan favorites “Neck” and “Tiger Rag” for the first time in years Saturday. Only “Neck” was played, a result possibly of LSU’s student section chanting obscenities with the tune. The school brought back the songs as part of a “Tradition Matters” campaign. They were shelved years ago because of the vulgar chants fans used during the songs. The school urged students to abstain from chanting vulgarities Saturday in order to keep the songs on the band’s gameday docket. Apparently, they didn’t listen. LSU gets 2016 commitment LSU picked up a big early commitment for 2016 on Saturday from highly regarded defensive tackle Edwin Alexander (6-foot-4, 280 pounds) of St. Thomas Aquinas, according to 24/7 Sports. He is the Tigers’ first commitment for 2016. Alexander was among a huge number of recruits expected to visit LSU this weekend, a group that included St. Augustine running back Leonard Fournette, wide receiver Speedy Noil and defensive end Gerald Willis of Karr, John Curtis receiver Malachi Dupre, Plainfield (Ill.) linebacker Clifton Garrett and Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College wide receiver D’haquille Williams. Injury report LSU safety Corey Thompson left the game with a knee injury in the second quarter and didn’t return. Several other Tigers were banged up, with cornerback Tre’Davious White (shoulder) and Beckham going to the locker room, but all later returned. Lagniappe Rashard Robinson’s interception of Johnny Manziel in the third quarter was the first of his career. … LSU is now 23-1 under Les Miles following a loss. … The Tigers improved to 29-20-3 all-time against the Aggies, who visited Tiger Stadium for the first time since 1994. Advocate sportswriters Scott Rabalais, Ross Dellenger, Matthew Harris and Sheldon Mickles contributed to this report.