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LSU Bowls Over Iowa in Outback Bowl

Jeremy Hill scored twice and carried the 14th-ranked LSU football team to its school-record fourth-straight 10-win season, as the Tigers beat Iowa on New Year’s Day, 21-14, in the 2014 Outback Bowl at Raymond James Stadium.
Tampa -- Jeremy Hill scored twice and carried the 14th-ranked LSU football team to its school-record fourth-straight 10-win season, as the Tigers beat Iowa on New Year’s Day, 21-14, in the 2014 Outback Bowl at Raymond James Stadium.

LSU (10-3) broke a two-game bowl skid and improved to 23-21-1 all-time in bowl play.

Hill, the game’s Most Valuable Player, ran 28 times for a career-best 216 yards and two touchdowns, becoming the first Tiger to total more than 200 yards rushing since Alley Broussard in 2004. in the process, he moved into second play on LSU's single-season rushing list with 1,401 yards.

Hill's yardage was the third-most in LSU bowl history behind Kevin Faulk (234 yards in 1995 Independence Bowl) and Rondell Mealey (222 yards in 1997 Independence Bowl), and third-most in Outback Bowl history.
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