Irish Beat LSU, Win 10th Game

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The win snapped a 9 game January bowl losing streak and a 6 game losing streak in the state of Florida for the Irish.

Notre Dame beat LSU 21-17 in the Citrus Bowl on Monday, thanks to this insane last-minute catch by Boykin.

In what may have been the biggest play of the bowl season, Miles Boykin will certainly be remembered by the LSU Tigers. DRIVE: 10-75-3:24. KEY PLAYS: Dexter Williams 31-yard run on the second play of the drive to the LSU 39. Guice had 98 yards on 21 carries. Book completed 14 of 19 passes for 164 yards and two touchdowns. DRIVE: 12-75-6:34. KEY PLAYS: Etling 26-yard pass to Foster Moreau on third-and-4 to the ND 43 keeps the drive going.

LSU: The Tigers had a lousy day on special teams.

Connor Culp missed wide right on a 22-yard field goal in the first half, then Jack Gonsoulin was wide left from 37, though he made a 17-yarder with 2:03 left.

Feature Performer: Notre Dame's red-zone defense effectiveness helped result in two missed field goals by LSU. Elting 17-yard pass to Moreau gives LSU a first-and-goal at the Irish 10.

Notre Dame held LSU on the ensuing possession to wrap up the win, its 10th victory of the season.

After a Yoon 49-yard field goal brought Notre Dame within one, Guice extended the lead to 14-6 less than four minutes into the fourth on a 2-yard pass from Etling.

No, the 2017 regular season didn't end the way Notre Dame had hoped.

Top Moment: The game's first touchdown came with 11:37 left in the quarter on a 20-yard middle screen from LSU quarterback Danny Etling to Derrius Guice on third-and-five.

LSU's final drive ended at its 34 after four straight incomplete passes by Etling while facing good pressure from the aggressive Irish defense. LSU had 276 yards to 222 for Notre Dame entering the fourth quarter, and Guice had 64 yard on 13 carries.

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