Instant analysis: LSU 20, Georgia 13

Posted by ESPN.com's Chris Low

ATHENS, Ga. -- In one of the wildest finishes you’re ever going to see, LSU rallied in the final minute for a 20-13 victory over Georgia on Saturday at Sanford Stadium.

How the game was won: After falling behind 13-12 with 1:09 to play on A.J. Green’s leaping touchdown catch, LSU came roaring back down the field, and Charles Scott broke loose on a tackle-breaking 33-yard touchdown run with 46 seconds to play.

Turning point: Trindon Holliday returned a short Georgia kickoff 41 yards, and an illegal formation penalty on Georgia’s kickoff team moved the ball to the Bulldogs’ 38-yard line, leading to Scott's game-winning touchdown.

Unsung hero of the game: LSU true freshman Rueben Randle had two key catches on the Tigers’ drive to go ahead 12-7. One was a 17-yard catch on a third-and-10 play. He also had a 12-yard catch later in the drive. Randle, one of the top-rated receiver prospects in the country, only had one catch all season coming into the game.

Player of the game: Scott had struggled most of this season after rushing for more than 1,000 yards a year ago. But when the Tigers needed him, he was there with the biggest play of the game on his 33-yard touchdown romp.

What it means: LSU (5-0) remains unbeaten and will keep its Top-5 ranking heading back home to Tiger Stadium next week to take on No. 1-ranked Florida in what will be the showdown of the season in the SEC.