Raphael Gaglianone kicked three field goals, the last one from 47 yards with 3:47 remaining as unranked Wisconsin surprised #6 LSU 16-14 at historic Lambeau Field in Green Bay, WI.

The Badgers started the winning drive at their own 23 and drove to the LSU 29 yard line in eight plays.  Bart Houston completed passes of 20 and eleven yards to Troy Fumagalli.to highlight the drive.

The Tigers had one more chance, but after driving to the Wisconsin 30, Brandon Harris' pass was intercepted by D'Cola Dixon to seal the win.

Wisconsin dominated the first half, but an interception in the end zone ended one threat, LSU's defense held on another drive and Wisconsin led only 6-0 at the half.  The Badgers finally got into the end zone early in the third quarter on a five yard run by Corey Clement to lead 13-0.

LSU's offense finally got untracked and although they did not score, they were able to pin Wisconsin deep in its own territory.  On third and four, Houston's pass was intercepted by Tre'Davious White, who returned it 21 yards to get LSU on the board.  The Tigers capitalized on the next possession when White recovered a fumble after a completed pass.  Harris completed a pass to Leonard Fournette and then found Travin Durel for the score that gave LSU a 14-13 lead.

But the Tigers couldn't generate enough offense to sustain drives and Wisconsin was able to get one last drive together for the winning field goal.

Wisconsin outgained LSU 339 yards to 257 and outrushed them, 134-126.  Leonard Fournette wound up with 138 yards on 23 carries but was constantly bottled up by the Wisconsin defense.  Harris completed 12-21 passes for 131 yards and a touchdown.  He was intercepted twice.

Wisconsin was led on the ground by Clement, who gained 86 yards on 21 carries.  Houston was 19-31 for 205 yards.  He was intercepted twice.