Scott sorely missed in second half
Instead of a touchdown run that may have gotten the Tigers off to a more explosive start, Holliday had to settle for a run of 17 yards and LSU endured an incomplete pass, a rush by Jacob Hester for 3 yards, a pass for 9 more yards, and a 6-yard sack before Charles Scott took a delayed handoff from Ryan Perrilloux through the heart of the Wildcats defense and picked up 55 yards to give LSU a first-and-goal from the Kentucky 1-yard line. That play ended the first quarter, but Scott was given the nod again once play resumed and scored on the opening play of the second quarter to put the Tigers within an extra point of tying the Wildcats. Scott would continue to impress prior to halftime, adding a 13-yard run off of a pitch from Matt Flynn for a touchdown that put LSU ahead, 17-7. By halftime, Scott had rushed for 91 yards on just five carries. It almost seemed a...
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