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LSU’s cornerback Eric Reid made the play of the game during Saturday nights ‘Game of the Century.’ This interception by Reid, which could have easily been ruled a catch, helped LSU hold off the #2 ranked Alabama Crimson Tide 9-6.
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Les Miles was his usual eccentric self Saturday night.
When the LSU coach first stepped on the field of Bryant-Denny Stadium about 90 minutes before the start of his top-ranked team's gutty 9-6 overtime victory against second-ranked Alabama in an SEC clash that lived up to the hype, he jovially saluted and waved to the Crimson Tide's student section, which booed him in return...
Saturday night the world will stop spinning on its axis for about three and a half hours and Gary Danielson will be the most listened-to man in the Western hemisphere when Alabama hosts LSU in Tuscaloosa. Maybe that's not the best way to begin talking about the media hype surrounding the game. Oh well...
The country will be fixated on the #1 vs #2 SECmageddon game between...
All of the Tigers' points in Saturdays' win over Alabama came from kicker Drew Alleman and punter Brad Wing provided optimal field position for LSU. Hear from the special teams players on how they felt about their performances.
LSU Celebration/Courtesy: travis spalding/advocate.comAnd it came down to who had the best field goal kicker. But then again, it would have been nearly impossible for the game to live up to the hype surrounding it.LSU took a giant step towards winning a national championship late Saturday night by beating Alabama in Tuscaloosa, 6-3 in overtime.The game was completely dominated by...
No. 1 LSU gained the inside track to the BCS title game, beating No. 2 Alabama 9-6 on Drew Alleman's 25-yard field goal in overtime after a fierce defensive struggle in which neither team reached the end zone Saturday night.
LSU head coach Les Miles talks about his Tigers' defense, the quarterbacks and the big play makers of the night after LSU's victory over Alabama Saturday night in Bryant-Denny Stadium.
Opinion: Beating No. 2 Alabama on the road is a big win, but it's too early to hand No. 1 LSU the title of greatest team.
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- Drew Alleman made a 25-yard field goal in overtime, as No. 1 LSU went into Tuscaloosa beat No. 2 Alabama on Saturday, 9-6.
In No 1-ranked LSU's toughest test of the season, Les Miles and his team thrive under pressure ... again