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LSU receiver Trey Quinn (right) attempts to make a difficult grab against Wisconsin.
LSU receiver Trey Quinn played a majority of LSU's snaps on offense against Wisconsin. Quinn caught LSU's two-point conversion early in the fourth quarter to cut the lead to three points.
He had an opportunity earlier on the drive to make a tough catch that would have put LSU in the Badgers' red zone. Fortunately, John Diarse made an amazing run after the catch to score on the next play.
Quinn has amazing hands, and, if given another opportunity, he would likely make the play. Look for him to be targeted down the field at least once against Sam Houston State.
Jennings will be the starter against Sam Houston Sate after his 239 yards and two touchdowns against Wisconsin. But Miles said after the game he wanted to give more snaps to Harris.
Harris has a superb arm and can make plays with his legs. His teammates were impressed by how quickly he picked up on the offense as an early enrollee last spring.
The Tigers will give him multiple series to work with, especially if they blow out the Bearkats early.
LSU linebacker Kendell Beckwith's biggest play against Wisconsin did not happen on defense, but rather on special teams.
Beckwith took a direct snap on a fake punt for five yards and a first down in the third quarter. The Tigers then went on to score 21 unanswered points and win the game.
He also contributed on defense, filling in for starting middle linebacker D.J. Welter. Beckwith tallied only one tackle, but he played limited snaps. LSU's defense performed poorly against the run. Welter did not play horribly, but Beckwith could possibly be an upgrade.