QB C+ This was very hard to grade. While Jennings did struggle for much of the night, the majority of the blame could easily be placed on the offensive line. All in all, he has to make quicker decisions and pull the trigger. You simply can't have broken plays on almost every dropback. It doesn't work that way. RB B- Never got into a rhythm in the first 3 quarters, mainly due to poor offensive line play. Fournette looks tentative and lacks confidence at this point (understandably). Hilliard appears to be back to his dominating ways from 2011. Magee will get going once this O-line performs up to their capabilities. WR B The young receivers appear to be ready to step in and contribute. Diarse makes the game changing play. Dural looks to be the leader of this unit as the elder statesman. Trey Quinn is going to be a great receiver at LSU. When Dupre steps on the field in short order, this unit will be quite electric. TE D Ineffective blocking for most of the night and a huge drop of a pass by Smith marked an unremarkable night for this unit. OL D Abysmal, appalling, embarrassing. Just a few words to suggest how they played last night. Against a Wisconsin defense that will probably end up as a middling defense when all is said and done this year. Thank God their star NT went out with injury. It changed the entire complexion of this game in the 4th quarter. DL D Wisconsin just ran for 13 yards....again. Couple the extremely poor run defense with the fact we were constantly having to blitz a DB to get any pressure on the QB, and this unit has it's work cut out for it this year. It looks like a repeat of last year....something has to change over these next 3 games heading into the heart of SEC play. Why the Wisconsin head coach decided to stop feeding his best player the ball in the 2nd half is beyond me. Thank goodness he did. LB C Looks a lot like last year, with some sparkling plays sprinkled into a sea of mediocrity. MLB is still a huge void of nothingness. If we can't improve at that position, teams will continue to run right at us up the middle, and with great success. DB A+ LSU is indeed DBU. It showed last night, as the Tigers are deeper than deep at all positions in the defensive backfield. Granted, Wisconsin will not wow you with their passing game, but don't let that take away from what was a tremendous performance by this unit. The interception by Mills was one of the crucial plays in this game as the receiver appeared to be on his way to a huge pass reception. Wisconsin averaged just over 2 yards per pass attempt. K/ST A- Excellent special teams coverage all night long. Colby Delahoussaye is simply automatic. Huge conversion on a fake punt helped turn the game around. Coaching C- A very mixed bag here. On one hand, this team was poorly prepped for this game and was dominated for 3 quarters. On the other hand, these players showed intangibles such as fortitude and resiliency that allowed this team to come back and win what appeared to be an embarrassing loss.