BATON ROUGE, LA (AP) - No. 4 Alabama visits No. 14 LSU on Saturday night with the loser likely kissing goodbye any hopes of being considered for the College Football Playoffs.
The 7-2 Tigers have racked up 567 yards rushing in the last two wins over Kentucky and Ole Miss, while their defense has only given up 10 points combined in those two games.
Alabama takes a 7-1 record and the nation's top rush defense into the game. The Tide is yielding just 78 yards rushing per game.