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Gators Fall To Sixth Ranked LSU 35-28 On The Road
By Greenberry Taylor
LSU running back Leonard Fournette (7) runs around the corner, running 2-yards for a touchdown. Fournette finished with 180-yards on the ground, and two touchdowns.
Gator fans made the trip from Gainesville, Florida, to cheer on their team. Greenberry Taylor/ WUFT News
Florida tight end Jake McGee (83) catches a 4-yard pass from Treon Harris (3) for a touchdown early in the first quarter.
Florida wide receiver Demarcus Robinson (11) stiffarms LSU defensive back Dwayne Thomas (13) and gains a few extra yards.
Florida wide receiver Antonio Callaway (81) runs a punt back 72-yards for a toucdown in the third quarter, tying the game 28-28.
LSU cornerback Tre'Davious White (18) is brought down by Florida defenders Daniel McMillian (13) and Chris Thompson (85).
Florida wide receiver Antonio Callaway (81) catches a pass from Treon Harris (3), and pulls away from LSU defender Rickey Jefferson (29) for a gain of 48-yards. Callaway finished the night with three catches for 100 -yards.
LSU running back Leonard Fournette runs past falling Florida defensive back Jalen Tabor (31).
LSU defenders Lewis Neal (92) and Kendell Beckwith (52) bring down Florida quarterback Treon Harris (3) as he tries to escape the pocket.
Florida defender Marcus Maye (20) loses his footing, resulting in a 50-yard touchdown catch by LSU wide receiver Malachi Dupre (15) with 16 seconds remaing in the second quarter. Dupre finished the game with four cathces for 118-yards.
Florida quarterback Treon Harris (3) rears back to release a Hail Marry in the final seconds of the game. The pass was intended for wide receiver Antonio Callaway (81) but fell incomplete.
Florida wide receiver Antonio Callaway (81) pulls in a reception from Treon Harris (3), afterwards getting a block from his teammate DaAndre Goolsby (30).
LSU quarterback Brandon Harris (6) pulls his arm back in a throwing motion before releasing the ball downfield. Harris was 13 for 19 on the night, and threw for 202-yards, and two touchdowns.
Florida defenders Jonathon Bullard (90) and Brian Cox Jr. (94) bring down LSU running back Leonard Fournette (7).
Florida quarterback Treon Harris (3) releases the ball before being brought down by LSU defender John Battle (26).
Florida coach Jim McElwain paces the sideline as his team trails the LSU Tigers late in the fourth quarter.
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