A hyped LSU team came into a raucous crowd at Lambeau field Saturday to try to defend their number 5 ranking against the unranked Wisconsin.
Down late by driving, LSU quarterback Brandon Harris threw a costly interception while trying to evade rushers and make something happen, sealing the game for the Badgers.
Immediately after, LSU offensive lineman Josh Boutte laid out Dakota Dixon for seemingly no reason whatsoever, the same defender who came up with the interception.
This dude on LSU legit just had the cheapest cheap shot I done ever seen. https://t.co/YDu1rWS6nq
— Jack McGuire (@BigDaddysCourt) September 3, 2016
— Charles Ellis (@charles_r_ellis) September 3, 2016
Here’s how it looked from the sideline:
Wow…that is about as cheap a shot as you will ever see after LSU threw the interception! https://t.co/a0dQ6rkm9X
— Steven Conway (@stevenconway) September 3, 2016
As you can imagine, he was immediately ejected.
Wow, that LSU kid needs a suspension. What a cheap shot
— Ben Volin (@BenVolin) September 3, 2016