Game Recap: UT vs. LSU
2theadvocate.com | Time Out for Oct. 3, 2010 ? Baton Rouge, LA: Golfers call an undeserved do-over a mulligan. Maybe from now on they?ll call it a Miles. Extreme Makeover, Tiger Stadium edition.
Out of Chaos, LSU Scores Dramatic 16-14 Victory Over Tennessee -- NCAAFB FanHouse: But never in the history of Tiger Stadium has chaos reigned more sublimely than it did Saturday afternoon in the final seconds (and beyond) of LSU's improbable and impossible 16-14 victory over Tennessee, which occurred after all time and sanity had expired.
Ron Higgins: Like clockwork, coaches fall apart in last seconds ? The Commercial Appeal: Two head coaches, trying to outsmart each other with last-second substitutions, produced one of the most amazing endings in the history of storied Tiger Stadium.
Vols still mourning tough loss at LSU | Chattanooga Times Free Press: UT's problem, though, is that it failed to put the proper number of players on the field for a crucial, late-game goalline series. The Vols had just 10 men on the field three times in the previous week?s double-overtime win over UAB, and two came near the end zone near the end of the game.
Rivals.com College Football - Monday with Mike: LSU's Lucky Les: One season after a colossal case of clock mismanagement led to a loss at Ole Miss, Miles and his offensive staff actually topped themselves at home against the Vols. But an egregious error by the Vols gave LSU new life, and the Tigers were able to make it pay off. CBS broadcaster Craig Bolerjack rightly termed it "a miracle."
LSU's Les Miles has 99 lives - College Football Nation Blog - ESPN: How else do you explain one of the wildest, most dysfunctional endings youll ever see in college football?
Finding new ways to lose on a crazy college football weekend - USATODAY.com: Sympathized LSU's Kelvin Sheppard, "The feeling they have right now, I never want to feel that."
The Famous 'Dooley 13' - Blogcritics Sports: Regardless of how many coaches are involved and which players are wondering where they're supposed to be, the buck will stop on Derek Dooley's desk. The first-year coach of Tennessee will bear the responsibility and will have to make some very positive headlines to erase the memory of last night in Baton Rouge, when 13 of his players were on the field during what was supposed to be the game's final snap, and after being penalized for it, LSU went on to win the game.
2theadvocate.com | Breaking down LSU’s wild finish vs. Vols: School officials said they don’t know any other time when the Tigers won a game on an un-timed down, which happened when Stevan Ridley crashed into the end zone on a 1-yard touchdown run to vault LSU past Tennessee.
Quick reaction to Tennessee's loss to LSU | Orange Clockwork, Kingsport Times News: But I'm not sure how you can have a soul if you don't feel for the Volunteers' players after the way that 16-14 loss to LSU ended.Just an absolutely gut-churning loss. Off the top of my head, I can't think of another game that saw such a stunning reversal.
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