Les Miles has handed down punishment for this incredibly cheap shot against Wisconsin

There's no call for this.

The cheap shot to end LSU's afternoon by Josh Boutte on D'Cota Dixon has earned him a one-game suspension by head coach Les Miles.

No. 5 ranked LSU fell apart Saturday against Wisconsin, culminating in an interception by Brandon Harris and the incredible cheap shot by Dixon.

There will be no extra punishment by the SEC commissioner:

Les Miles speaking after the game, via The Times Picayune:

"I grabbed him right away when it happened, I'll have to see the film. He's an offensive lineman in protection. What happens downfield many times, you can be protecting beyond the play with the idea you don't know if the ball is even thrown.

"It's very logical he did not know the guy had gone down and was just running. He just came up on a guy he thought was returning the ball and made a tackle. And that's what he said (to Miles), and I believe it. He's not a malicious guy. I can't imagine he saw him go down and went and made a tackle."

It seems as if Miles looked at the tape (or simply heard college football fans across the country) and responded appropriately.