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Per LSUSports.net: SYRACUSE, N.Y. - Leonard Fournette led No. 8 LSU to New York for the first time since 1942 and left with consecutive 200-yard efforts for the first time in school history, as the Tigers overcame Syracuse - and 12 penalties - to a 34-24 win Saturday afternoon at the Carrier Dome.

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Game Highlights:
Video: Brandon Harris Avoids Sack, Pitches To Brandon Harris For 48-Yard Run
Video: Leonard Fournette's 14-Yard Touchdown Run Vs. Syracuse
Video: Tre'Davious White's 69-Yard Punt Rerturn For TD
Video: Leonard Fournette's 68-Yard TD Run Against Syracuse
Video: Brandon Harris Throw 11-Yard TD Pass To Malachi Dupre
Video Highlights From LSU's 34-24 Win Over Syracuse
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If we could line up correctly, he's over 300
Reply68 months
Geaux Tigers!
Reply68 months
Second highest LSU rushing game. First LSU player with back to back 200+ games. NBD
Reply68 months
Awesome game today in a very tough environment, #backtowork
Reply68 months
Great game, well called and a solid D. This would have been an complete runaway if not for penalties. Several long runs/TDs were called back putting the defense on the field more often than necessary. The O-line is playing very well. Minus the penalties - a solid game - a rout.
Reply68 months
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