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1987 Gator Bowl
The 1987 Gator Bowl was a college football bowl game between the LSU Tigers and the South Carolina Gamecocks. LSU defeated South Carolina, 30-13.
LSU finished second in the Southeastern Conference (SEC). South Carolina competed as an independent and was tied for fourth-best record among independent schools.
 The game would be vaunted as a matchup between the "Black Death" defense of SC versus the prolific pro-style LSU offense led by Tommy Hodson at QB and Wendell Davis, one of the best wideouts in all of college football.
- LSU - Wendell Davis, 39-yard pass from Tommy Hodson (David Browndyke kick)
- LSU - Davis, 12-yard pass from Hodson (Browndyke kick)
- South Carolina - Collin Mackie, 44-yard field goal
- LSU - Browndyke, 27-yard field goal
- South Carolina - Mackie, 39-yard field goal
- LSU - Browndyke, 18-yard field goal
- LSU - Davis, 25-yard pass from Hodson (Browndyke kick)
- South Carolina - Harold Green, 10-yard run (Mackie kick)
- LSU - Browndyke, 23-yard field goal