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Up 17 points and appearing to be in control midway through the third quarter, No.14 Wisconsin - as it has done many times before in big games - couldn't close the door, making too many critical errors to allow No.13 LSU to storm back in a 28-24 defeat at NRG Stadium.

HOUSTON - Instead of easing into the season with a team that lost 13 starters, head coach Gary Andersen was eager and anxious all offseason to play against No.13 LSU to find out exactly what his team was made of. He got his answer, and the results had a familiar ring to it. Up 17 points in a defacto road game, punishing a higher-ranked, athletic, quick, SEC team for nearly three quarters, No.1...

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