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LSU scored a fourth-quarter touchdown against Florida on a fake field goal and took a 35–28 lead after the extra point.

By SI Wire
October 17, 2015

LSU scored a fourth-quarter touchdown against Florida on a fake field goal and took a 35–28 lead after the extra point.

With the game tied at 28, Tigers kicker Trent Domingue set up for a 33-yarder. As the ball was snapped, he began to split left, catching a quick pass from the holder and breaking straight for the pylon. He escaped the Gators’ pursuit and reached the end zone untouched.

No. 6 LSU led No. 8 Florida 35–28 in the middle of the fourth, after Domingue converted the extra point.

You can watch LSU’s trickery, a staple of head coach Les Miles‘s game-planning, below:

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