GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- Jarrett Lee tossed a 3-yard touchdown
pass to Terrence Tolliver with 6 seconds left after LSU kept its
final drive alive with a successful fake field goal, and the
12th-ranked Tigers pulled out another wild victory, 33-29 against
No. 14 Florida on Saturday night.
With 35 seconds remaining, LSU (6-0, 4-0) lined up for a
game-tying, 52-yard field goal, but holder Drew Alleman threw a
no-look pitch over his head to place-kicker Josh Jasper. The ball
bounced, Jasper scooped it up on a hop and ran for the first down.
The play was reviewed to determine if it was a forward pass,
which would have been incomplete and ended LSU's hopes, but the
ruling on the field stood.
Lett hit Tolliver for a 28-yard gain on the next play to get
down to the 3 and on the second fade to the corner, Tolliver
grabbed the game-winner.
The TD reception was also reviewed to see if Tolliver had a foot
down in bounds with control of the ball. It was upheld and Les
Miles and the Tigers handed the Gators (4-2, 2-2) a second straight
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