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2014 Wisconsin vs LSU

LSU entered the game replacing the starting quarterback, both starting receivers and the starting running back, all four NFL Draft picks.

The team didn’t name Anthony Jennings as the starter until late in the week. Jennings and the Tigers’ offense looked woeful in the first half beyond an 80-yard touchdown reception by Travin Dural and trailed Wisconsin, 24-7, in the third quarter.

But coach Les Miles called for a fake punt on fourth-and-3. LSU converted, kicked a field goal to get within 24-10, and then scored three more times to put away the Badgers, 28-24.

Dural finished with three catches for a game-high 151 receiving yards.

Leonard Fournette, the No. 1 recruit of the 2014 class, rushed just eight times for 18 yards in his college debut.

Wisconsin’s Melvin Gordon finished with 16 carries for 140 yards, but ran just twice in the decisive fourth quarter.

Ronald Martin and Jalen Mills each intercepted passes for LSU, which held South Carolina transfer quarterback Tanner McEvoy, a safety for Wisconsin in 2013, to 8-of-24 passing for 50 yards.

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