No. 8 LSU's big rally falls short vs. Bulldogs

Written By kolimtiga on Minggu, 21 September 2014 | 12.56

Dak Prescott treated a national audience to an extraordinary performance and Mississippi State ended a 14-year losing streak against Louisiana State on Saturday by holding off a wild rally after most Tigers fans had left Death Valley.

Prescott passed for 268 yards and two touchdowns and highlighted his 105 yards rushing with a 56-yard scoring run, and Mississippi State celebrated a stunning 34-29 victory over No. 8 LSU.

Mississippi State had a 34-10 lead in the fourth quarter, but LSU scored three late touchdowns, two in a span of 28 seconds. That set up a last-second desperation heave by LSU backup quarterback Brandon Harris, which was intercepted by Will Redmond at the goal line.

Prescott, a Louisiana native, not only helped the Bulldogs (4-0) beat LSU (3-1) for the first time since 1999, but win in Tiger Stadium for the first time since 1991 — about two years before Prescott was born.

His touchdown passes included a 74-yarder to Jameon Lewis, who had five catches for 116 yards. De'Runnya Wilson caught four passes for 91 yards, including a tough nine-yard touchdown catch along the sideline to give the Bulldogs a 7-0 lead. Josh Robinson rushed 16 times for 197 yards and a touchdown for Mississippi State, which led 17-3 at halftime and never trailed.

LSU's offense struggled to sustain drives until after the Bulldogs had built a 34-10 fourth-quarter lead, though the Tigers somehow managed to make the final minutes interesting.

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