Key takeaways from LSU's painful loss to Notre Dame in Citrus Bowl

Key takeaways from LSU's painful loss to Notre Dame in Citrus Bowl

Key takeaways from LSU's painful loss to Notre Dame in Citrus Bowl

Then came a jaw-dropping play that gave Notre Dame its first January bowl win since the 1994 Cotton Bowl. Notre Dame, missing four players due to suspensions, beat LSU 21-17 for their second bowl win over the Tigers in three years.

NOTRE DAME: Yoon 49 field goal at 2:47. DRIVE: 10-75-3:24. KEY PLAYS: Dexter Williams 31-yard run on the second play of the drive to the LSU 39. DRIVE: 3-73-0:35. KEY PLAY: On second-and-10, Book completes an 18-yard pass to Chris Finke to the ND 45 to set up the touchdown on the next play.

Connor Culp missed wide right on a 22-yard field goal in the first half, then Jack Gonsoulin was wide left from 37, though he made a 17-yarder with 2:03 left.

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Miscellaneous: LSU Josh Growden and Notre Dame's Tyler Newsome both had pooch punts that resulted in the Irish starting at the two-yard line and the Tigers at the three-yard line ...

Book finished the game 14-of-19 for 164 yards, two touchdowns and a pick, leading the Irish to a New Year's Day bowl win over the SEC's Tigers of LSU. The drive was set up when Notre Dame freshman Isaiah Robertson did not see where the ball bounced on an LSU punt, resulting in the ball hitting his foot and long-snapper Blake Ferguson recovering it at the Irish 43-yard line. LSU had 276 yards to 222 for Notre Dame entering the fourth quarter, and Guice had 64 yard on 13 carries.

Down 17-14, Boykin wouldn't be denied after the catch, shaking Tiger defenders en route to a 55-yard score.

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The Fighting Irish (10-3) trailed 14-6 early in the fourth quarter but tied it on a 6-yard Michael Young reception and two-point conversion to Josh Adams.

LSU reached its 34-yard line on its final possession, but quarterback Danny Etling missed on his last four passes from there. It capped a 75-yard march in 12 plays that milked 6:34 off the clock.

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