The LSU Tigers got their 2016 season off to a disappointing start on Saturday, falling 16-13 to the Wisconsin Badgers at Lambeau Field.
Running back Leonard Fournette was bottled up for much of the early going, but eventually broke the century mark on the ground, rushing for 138 yards and adding 38 yards on three receptions.
Even in a losing effort, Fournette showed off the rare skill set that makes him one of the top prospects in the 2017 NFL draft class:
— Just a Dude (@Fantasyfollow1) September 4, 2016
But beyond the numbers, the talented runner gave Bayou Bengal fans another scare when he left the game after re-injuring his ankle:
Fournette is on the ground, trainers tending to him. He’s up hopping a bit. It’s the same ankle that he sprained. #LSU
— Ross Dellenger (@RossDellenger) September 3, 2016
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SOURCE: USA Today Sports – Luke Easterling