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LSU Defeats Alabama: No. 2 Tigers Outperform No. 3 Crimson Tide for 2011 First Time

No. 3 LSU defeated No. 2 Alabama 46-41 in a wild game by the SEC on Saturday afternoon in Tuscaloosa. The Crimson Tide's perfect season is over, along with a winning streak of eight games over LSU and a winning streak of 31 games at home.

Tigers quarterback Joe Burrow completed 31 of his 39 passes for 393 yards and three touchdowns. One of those gaps was running back Clyde Edwards-Heller, who ran for 103 yards and three of his own.

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At first it looked like LSU could get away with the game. The Tigers jumped 1

0-0 to 33-13 at the end of the first half. But Alabama came back.

The tide of quarterback Tua Tagawiloa led 70+ yards long drives to the back to bring his team to six early in the fourth quarter. Alabama's defense, which shut out LSU in the third quarter, could not continue its dominance in the fourth.

Both teams exchange touchdowns for the last four possessions. An 85-yard touchdown pass from Tagovailoa to DeVonta Smith led the Tide to five, 46-41, with 1:21 left in the game. Still, Alabama was unable to regain the kick attempt, and the Tigers missed the clock in four plays.

With the win LSU took sole possession of first place in the SEC West 5-0. Alabama is one game back at 5-1.

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LSU 46, Alabama 41 | Final

Alabama fails to retrieve the kick attempt sideways and the Tigers are able to pull the clock. LSU breaks the eight-game losing streak of the Crimson Tide with a win. This is also the first home loss for the Crimson Tide since 2015.

LSU 46, Alabama 41 | 1:21 4Q

What a throw from Tagavailo! He contacts DeVonte Smith for a forced 85 yard pickup, and he returns to a one-possession game.

LSU 39, Alabama 34 | 5:32 4Q

After making two fourth-down conversions in the red zone, Tua Tagawiloa hits Jerry Jedi on a five-yard tilt. The Crimson Tide chooses to kick the extra point and make it.

LSU 39, Alabama 27 | 9:15 4Q

The Tigers respond by pushing five yards from Clyde Edwards-Helary. He spun by a defender and cut to the left to get into the end zone unharmed. LSU went for a two-point conversion but failed.

LSU 33, Alabama 27 | 14:33 4Q

After converting fourth down, the Tide drilled it into the end zone of a one-yard broadcast for Najj Harris. That's 14 points for Alabama in just five minutes of play. Harris' score ended with a nine-game, 78-yard touchdown for the home side.

LSU 33, Alabama 20 | 0:00 3Q

We played 45 minutes here in Tuscaloosa, and the Crimson Tide was knocking on the door. This will be the fourth and one for Alabama from LSU's 13-yard line to start the fourth quarter.

LSU 33, Alabama 20 | 4:51 3Q

Tua Tagavailoa discovers Naji Harris for receiving a 15-yard touchdown, which limits 95 yards to the Crimson Tide. Now let's see if Alabama's defense can continue to keep Joe Burroughs and the Tigers off in the second half. The Tide forced LSU to release both drives in the 3rd quarter.

LSU 33, Alabama 13 | Half

Joe Barrow was almost perfect and two fast sensors at the end of the half went to LSU. The Tigers average close to eight yards a game and lead with 20 in Tuscaloosa. Check out some great first half stats.

  • Yards: LSU 309, Alabama 196
  • Turnovers: LSU 0, Alabama 2
  • Penalties: LSU 1-5, Alabama 4-28
  • Yard / Game: LSU 7.9, Alabama 6.3
  • QB : Burrow (LSU) 18-for-20, 252 yards, 3 TDs; Tagovailoa (Alabama) 11-for-20, 172 yards, 1 TD, 2 TO (1INT, 1 FUM)

LSU 33, Alabama 13 | 00:06 2Q

How about the tigers! Tagovailoa was caught by Patrick Quinn, who dropped the ball down Alabama 26 before a penalty shootout moved LSU closer to the end zone and Burrow found Edwards-Heller for a 13-yard touchdown. And that's right, LSU leads to 20 at Bryant-Denny Stadium.

LSU 26, Alabama 13 | 00:26 2Q

Flight, Clyde Edwards-Heller! After filling in for most of the first half, Baton Rouge's ancestor jumped a lineage scandal to silence Tuscaloosa for a break in the last minute of the first half.

The result of Edwards-Heller was created by this catch by Thadeus Moss.

LSU 19, Alabama 13 | 4:20 2Q

Burrow opens the drive with a 35-yard seam to Jar Marr Chase and finds it a few plays later for 14. The Tigers failed to move before York hit his second field afternoon, this time from 45 yards.

LSU 16, Alabama 13 | 6:43 2Q

Devonta Smith blasted Derek Stingley, and Tagovailo hit him at the stride for a 64-yard dash. Alabama runs 90 yards in 80 seconds to bring the tide within three. Second touch for a big game for Alabama after Waddle's punt return.

LSU 16, Alabama 7 | 9:48 2Q

After Tagovailo's run down the third came across a marker near the midfielder, Alabama maintained its offense on the ground for a fourth down. But Slade Boldon was marked by several chain links, shy of the transformation. A major LSU defense stop with the Tide is trying to gain some speed.

LSU 16, Alabama 7 | 13:03 2Q

Two coverage busts from Alabama and Burrow open a wide open Marshall Jr. Terrace for a 29-yard barrier. York's point is subsequently blocked. The Burrow-Marshall link is the third completion of double-digit drive yards, with most of the damage done to all three after the catch.

LSU 10, Alabama 7 | 1:14 1Q

Anfer Jennings presses in and the tide starts to break in the back of the Tigers. Today LSU goes out three times for the first time and Jaylen Waddle makes them pay. The sophomores are at 77 yards and Alabama is back in that game.

LSU 10, Alabama 0 | 4:54 1Q

Cade York hits a 40-yard field goal and Alabama sighs relief after a huge defensive push to escape LSU from the end zone of possession that began in Alabama 40.

Uncharacteristic Mistakes for the Tide they create a short field. First, Ty Perine throws a 19-yard touchdown pass. Then defensive back Treon Diggs appeared to return the ball to Alabama, but his interception with Burrow was deleted by an illegal substitution.

LSU 7, Alabama 0 | 9:15 1Q

First blood is taken from tigers. Burrow didn't seem intimidated by Alabama's defense in that series, marching for 92 yards in less than three minutes, closing a six-game, 33-yard drive to Ja & # 39; Marr Chase.

LSU 0, Alabama 0 | 12:01 1Q

Alabama does not waste time entering the red zone with 31, 20 and nine yards of play. But the Crimson Tide went blank. After miscommunicating the line of scrimmage, he forced Nick Saban to fire a timeout, Tua Tagawiloa lost the ball to LSU 6 and Ray Thornton jumped on it for the Tigers.

Pregame – 3:25 p.m.

Historically, Alabama has a 53-25-5 edge over LSU all the time. But this time, the insults of both teams bear little resemblance to the last 124 years of rivalry. The Tigers and Crimson Tide average over 500 yards and 40 points per game. The Tide are 82-7 at home under Nick Saban, but the Tigers have three top 10 wins and are looking to stray from their past and beat Alabama for the first time since 2011.

LSU Vs. Alabama: Time, TV Channel

The Crimson Tide and Tigers kicks off at Bryant-Denis Stadium at 3:30 PM ET on Saturday, November 9th. You can watch the game on CBS.

LSU Vs. Alabama: Preview

The hiring of Ed Orgeron at LSU is an era marked by prosperity in Baton Rouge, leading the Tigers to three consecutive New Years Six Cups and Finals 2018, which was the highest ranking program of 2011.

This 2011 season is remarkable as the Tigers have spent the last nine weeks of the regular season number one in the ballot box. This is also the last time LSU has beaten Alabama. The Tigers won this battle, a 9-6 overtime solution through defensive stagnation. But the Crimson Tide No. 2 won the war – a 21-0 victory over LSU in a rematch of the 2012 BCS National Championships – and every subsequent match since then.

Ann # 1 vs. # 2 poll with ESPN "GameDay" College in attendance. There is a known draft law, but these teams have little resemblance to the units that occupied the field eight years ago. Prior to the start of the 2009 season, Alabama (232) and LSU (287) ranked first and second, respectively, in interruptions. Following the game in early November 2011, Les Miles – Orgeron's predecessor – now coaches across the Mississippi River and both teams have embraced a new identity, gaining recognition for high-octane crimes rather than suffocating defenses

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In other words, be prepared for some possible fireworks. Yes, this is an SEC football game and no, this is not a bad footprint.

LSU averaged less than 536 yards per game, while Alabama scored just over 506. On any given night, every team is capable of being well equipped to blow up the scoring. In a total of 16 matches, only one team has ever managed to score at least 35 points. Contagious offensive success can largely be attributed to the skillful play of quarterback Joe Barrow and Toa Tagawayloa in addition to multiple players on both sides.

Burrow and Tagawiloa combined for 57 touchdowns against just six interceptions. Roles that were previously designed as game managers at LSU and Alabama have become leadership positions, integral catalysts for their respective teams. It also doesn't hurt to have the flexibility or explosive athleticism on this side of the ball.

Justin Jefferson of LSU and Devonta Smith of Alabama headline deep receiving corps, leading their respective teams in yards and touchdowns. What really stands out is that they are two of eight receivers between teams averaging at least 10 yards per catch (min. 20 receptions). It's the ability to generate missed decisions and accelerate the disks that make these violations so dangerous.

LSU vs. Alabama: How they Compare Statistically




No, 2 CFP Ranking No. 3
No. 1 AP Ranking None. 2
8-0 (4-0) Record (SEC) 8-0 (5-0)
46.8 Play points 48.6
20.0 [19659085] Points vs. 15.3
535.9 Yards per game 506.6
315.4 Yards vs. 307.53

Joe Burrow

2 805 yards (30 TDs, 4 INT)

Passing Leader

Tua Tagovailoa

2166 yards (27 TD, 2 INT)

Clyde Edwards-Heller

683 yards (average 5.9) 8 TDs

Hurry Leader

Najee Harris

642 yds (5.9 average) 5 TD

Justin Jefferson

819 yards, 9 TDs

Receiving Leader

Devonta Smith

721 yds, 9 TDs

Derek Stingley

22 rounds, 4 INTs, 9 PBUs

Military Defense

Anfernee Jennings

48 rounds, 7.5 TFL, 4 bags

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Amid the noise and attention to this game and everything that he has to offer, it's important not to lose sight of the fact that this may be the first of two meetings between LSU and Alabama. While they both reside in the Western Division of the SEC and could not meet in a conference match, the College Football Playoff rematch is not ruled out. In the original Top 25 of CFP LSU is No. 2, while Alabama is third.


LSU vs. Alabama: Forecast

So, who has the advantage on Saturday? Both teams have an advantage over the other.

Alabama's closest game of the season was a 19-point win over Texas A&M. LSU has its fair share of Roma and Roots with a few closer calls on its resume. The difference is who the Tigers played with or who they won against. LSU dropped three top-10 teams in 2019 with a combined 24 points.

The Crimson Tide may not have experienced as a scary schedule this season, but no team plays better at home than Alabama. His last home loss was in September 2015, a series of 31 straight wins at Bryant-Denny Stadium and 48 of 49 games. Alabama's .833 home win rate since the opening of Bryant-Denis in 1929 is currently the best among any FBS team. The tide is a stunning 82-7 at home to Nick Saban.

Choice Alabama 38,
LSU 35

LSU vs. Alabama: Score, All-Time Games

Alabama leads the all-time series with LSU 53-25-5. Below is every head-to-head result from 1895.

1895 LSU 12-6 ] Alaba Baton Rouge, LA
1902 LSU 11-0 Alabama Tuscaloosa, AL
1903 Alabama 18-0 L-0 19659151] Tuscaloosa, AL
1904 Alabama 11-0 LSU Baton Rouge, LA
1907 Alabama 6-4 LSU] Mobile, AL
1909 LSU 12-6 Alabama Birmingham, AL
1919 Alabama 23-0 LSU Baton Rouge, LA
1920 Alabama 21-0 LSU Tuscaloosa, AL
1921 N / A 7-7 [19659149] N / A [19659151] New Orleans, LA
1922 Alabama 47-3 LSU Tuscaloosa, AL
1923 Alabama 30-3 LSU Montgomery, AL
1925 Alabama 42-0 LSU Baton Rouge, LA
1926 Alabama 24-0 [19659149] LSU [19659151] Tuscaloosa, AL
1927 N / A 0-0 N / A Birmingham, AL
1928 Alabama 13- 0 LSU Birmingham, AL
1930 Alabama 33-0 LSU Montgomery, AL
1944 N / A 27- 27 N / A Baton Rouge, LA
[1945 Alabama 26-7 LSU Baton Rouge, LA
1946 No. 19 LSU 31-21 Alabama Baton Rouge, LA
1947 No. 8 Alabama 41-12 Scanning Tuscaloosa, AL
1948 Scanning 26-6 Alabama Baton Rouge, LA
1951 LSU 13-7 Alabama Mobile, AL
1952 Alabama 21-20 LSU Baton Rouge, LA
1953 N / A 7-7 N / A Mobile, AL
1954 Alabama 12-0 LSU Baton Rouge, LA
1957 [19659148] LSU 28-0 Alabama Baton Rouge, LA
1958 No. 15 LSU 13-3 Alabama Mobile, AL
1964 No. 3 Alabama 17-9 None. 8 LSU Birmingham, AL
1965 No. 5 Alabama 31-7 LSU Baton Rouge, LA
1966 No. 4 Alabama 21-0 LSU Birmingham, AL
1967 Alabama 7-6 LSU Baton Rouge, LA
1968 Alabama 16-7 No. 20 LSU Birmingham, AL
1969 No. 12 LSU 20-15 Alabama Baton Rouge, LA
1970 No. 11 LSU 14-9 No. 19 Alabama Birmingham, AL
1971 No. 4 Alabama 14-7 None. 18 LSU Baton Rouge, LA
1972 No. 2 Alabama 21-7 None. 6 LSU Birmingham, AL
1973 No. 2 Alabama 21-7 None. 7 LSU Baton Rouge, LA
1974 No. 3 Alabama 30-0 LSU Birmingham, AL
1975 No. 5 Alabama 23-10 LSU Baton Rouge, LA
1976 No.15 Alabama 28-17 LSU Birmingham, AL
1977 No. 2 Alabama 24-3 None. 18 LSU Baton Rouge, LA
1978 No. 3 Alabama 31-10 None. 10 LSU Birmingham, AL
1979 No. 1 Alabama 3-0 LSU Baton Rouge, LA
1980 No. 6 Alabama 28-7 LSU Tuscaloosa, AL
1981 No. 4 Alabama 24-7 LSU Baton Rouge, LA
1982 No. 11 LSU 20-10 No. 8 Alabama Birmingham, AL
1983 No. 16 Alabama 32-26 LSU Baton Rouge, LA
1984 No. 12 LSU 16-14 Alabama Birmingham, AL
1985 N / A 14-14 N / A Baton Rouge, LA
1986 No. 18 LSU 14-10 no. 6 Alabama Birmingham, AL
1987 No. 13 Alabama 22-10 None. 5 LSU Baton Rouge, LA
1988 No. 13 LSU 19-18 No. 18 Alabama Tuscaloosa, AL
1989 No. 4 Alabama 32-16 LSU Baton Rouge, LA
1990 Alabama 24-3 LSU Tuscaloosa, AL
1991 No. 8 Alabama 20-17 LSU Baton Rouge, LA
1992 No. 3 Alabama 31-11 LSU Baton Rouge, LA
1993 LSU 17-13 No. 5 Alabama Tuscaloosa, AL
1994 No. 6 Alabama 35-17 LSU Baton Rouge, LA
1995 No. 16 Alabama 10-3 LSU Tuscaloosa, AL
1996 No. 10 Alabama 26-0 None. 11 LSU Baton Rouge, LA
1997 No. 14 LSU 27-0 Alabama Tuscaloosa, AL
1998 Alabama 22-16 Alabama Baton Rouge, LA
1999 No. 12 Alabama 23-17 LSU Tuscaloosa, AL
2000 LSU 30-28 Alabama Baton Rouge, LA

2001 LSU 35-21 Alabama Tuscaloosa, AL
2002 No. 10 Alabama 31-0 None. 14 LSU Baton Rouge, LA
2003 No. 3 LSU 27-3 Alabama Tuscaloosa, AL
2004 No. 17 LSU 26-10 Alabama Baton Rouge, LA
2005 No. 5 LSU 16-13 (OT) No. 4 Алабама Tuscaloosa, AL
2006 No. 12 LSU 28-14 Алабама Baton Rouge, LA
2007 No. 3 LSU 41-34 №. 17 Алабама Tuscaloosa, AL
2008 No. 1 Алабама 27-21 Не. 15 LSU Baton Rouge, LA
2009 No. 3 Алабама 24-15 Не. 9 LSU Tuscaloosa, AL
2010 No. 12 LSU 24-21 No. 5 Алабама Батон Руж, LA
2011 No. 1 LSU 9-6 (OT) No. 2 Алабама Tuscaloosa, AL
2012 No. 2 Алабама 21-0 Не. 1 LSU Ню Орлиънс, LA *
2012 No. 1 Алабама 21-17 Не. 5 LSU Baton Rouge, LA
2013 No. 1 Алабама 38-17 Не. 10 LSU Tuscaloosa, AL
2014 No. 4 Алабама 20-13 (OT) No. 14 LSU Baton Rouge, LA
2015 No. 7 Алабама 30-16 Не. 4 LSU Tuscaloosa, AL
2016 No. 1 Алабама 10-0 Не. 15 LSU Baton Rouge, LA
2017 No. 1 Алабама 24-10 Не. 19 LSU Tuscaloosa, AL
2018 No. 1 Алабама 29-0 Не. 4 LSU Baton Rouge, LA

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