Turnovers are apparently contagious.
Moments after Tre’Davious White’s pick-6, fellow secondary standout Donte Jackson punched the rock loose from a Wisconsin player, leaving White to pounce on it for the recovery.
The quick play from LSU’s defensive backs inspired the LSU offense. Quarterback Brandon Harris hit Leonard Fournette down the left sideline for a long gain, then found Travin Dural for the go-ahead touchdown. With more than four minutes remaining in the third quarterback, LSU’s quick shift in momentum has put the Tigers on top, 14-13.
The turnover. https://t.co/3aGFXnYg8I
— Tiger Rag (@Tiger_Rag) September 3, 2016
— College GameDay (@CollegeGameDay) September 3, 2016
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