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Jarious Jackson passed for 276 yards, ran for 80 more and engineered the winning fourth-quarter touchdown drive as Notre Dame beat LSU 39-36 on Saturday to keep its hopes for a Bowl Championship Series appearance alive.
Jackson threw touchdown passes of 8 and 10 yards as the Irish (9-1) scored 19 unanswered points to go undefeated at home for the first time since 1989.
Coming off the bench for an injured Herb Tyler, LSU freshman Craig Nall had two chances to pull out a win in the final 90 seconds for the Tigers (4-6). His first shot ended at the Notre Dame 31 with 21 seconds left as his pass in the flat fell incomplete on fourth-and-eight.
The Tigers then got the ball back with one second left after Notre Dame coach Bob Davie elected to have Jackson take a safety in the back of the end zone rather than punt the ball on fourth-and-16 from the Notre Dame 10.
Jackson was injured as he was tackled in the end zone and stayed down on the grass for a few minutes before getting up on his own power and trotting off the field. Coach Bob Davie said Jackson injured his knee and will probably miss the season finale next week against Southern California.
After the Tigers fielded the line-drive kickoff at the Notre Dame 46, Nall’s pass fell incomplete at the one-yard line, and Notre Dame escaped with their sixth win at home this season.
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