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LSU true freshman running back Leonard Fournette ran for a career-high 146 yards and 1 touchdown in the Tigers season finale victory over Texas A&M on Thanksgiving night.

Greg Ostendorf of mentioned Fournette's dominant performance in this "SEC helmet stickers: Week 14" article:

Leonard Fournette, RB, LSU: It feels like ages ago since LSU took down Texas A&M, 23-17, on Thanksgiving night, but if you need a reminder, how about Fournette's 22-yard touchdown run in the second quarter? He burst through a hole up the middle, trucked an Aggie defender and bounced outside into the end zone. He looked more like an NFL running back than a college freshman. The LSU star finished with a career-high 146 yards on 19 carries, averaging 7.7 yards per run. SEC defenses could be in trouble next season.

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Socrates Johnson113 months
It's either a dominant performance or dominating performance.
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Jdixon113 months
They probably looked like that anyway when Fournette trucked the aggie
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bayourougebengal113 months
@nycajun that gif was made for fun by a poster here.
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nycajun113 months
Cute gif, but the shots of the A&M QB and Coach Sumlin were not of them reacting to Fournette's play. Those shots were their reactions to the lack of an offside call on the last A&M play of the game. I know journalism, at all levels, is just a game of "Gotcha!", but that's a little dishonest (even for a gif).
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