Louisiana-Lafayette still leads the San Diego St. Aztecs in the New Orleans Bowl, but does so by a very non-football score. The teams traded touchdowns early in the third quarter, as Blaine Gautier hit Ladarius Green and Ryan Lindley found Colin Lockett to make it 19-10, Cajuns, after some more kicking challenges. Lindley led a 99-yard scoring drive later in the third, and now it's 19-17.
In one game, UL-Lafayette's special teams has returned a punt for a touchdown, missed an extra point, had an extra point blocked, had a field goal nullified, and downed two straight punts at the one-yard line. And 20 minutes remain. All over the place.
With Ronnie Hillman all but deleted from the game (36 yards until finally breaking loose for one noteworthy gain on this drive), SDSU's entire offense is now just Lindley hurling the ball great distances. Sometimes it works (he has 291 yards), sometimes it doesn't (consecutive near-interceptions just now), but this game might end with some serious mayhem.
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