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Wisconsin’s 16-14 upset victory against LSU in Lambeau Field has provided plenty of talking points for the Tigers moving forward. From the heat on Les Miles and his staff to potential punishment for an offensive lineman after a vicious cheap shot.

Leonard Fournette ran 15 yards for a first down, then went to the sideline after taking a hit. The next two plays broke LSU — first a false start penalty and then a Brandon Harris interception.

LSU offensive lineman Josh Boutte charged at D’Cota Dixon and blindsided him with this vicious hit while Dixon was celebrating the pick.

Boutte was flagged for the hit and the Badgers advanced 22 yards before ultimately kneeling out the clock and sealing the upset victory. A double-digit underdog, Wisconsin made a statement with its stingy defensive performance even after the departure of Dave Aranda.


Source: CBS Sports / LSU OL ejected for vicious hit after Wisconsin’s game-winning INT