Games like this is how legends are born. Darren McFadden played more than 30 snaps at quarterback in the WildHog formation and was effective running, passing and handing the ball off to his teammates. D-Mac connected with fullback Peyton Hillis for a 24-yard touchdown pass late in the fourth quarter and finished with 255 all-purpose yards, setting a new SEC record for all-purpose yards in a season. He also became the first player in the past two seasons to rush for more than 100 yards against the LSU defense, scoring on runs of nine, 16 and 73 yards. "Certainly, he had a Heisman performance today," LSU coach Les Miles lamented. “Tonight, we'll be sick."
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