Posted November 01, 2011 on louisianastate.scout.com
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Jarrett Lee says the key to the Tigers upcoming game against Alabama is to stay focused. The starting quarterback talks about preparing for the No. 2 ranked Crimson Tide, LSU having to perform in a hostile road environment and the chemistry he has with his favorite target, Rueben Randle.
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