LSU football faces Alabama on Saturday in Baton Rouge. Here is your first look at Alabama.
Alabama Season So Far
Alabama Injuries and Suspensions
[DE] 11/29/2020 – Phidarian Mathis is “?” Saturday vs LSU (Leg)
[WR] 11/29/2020 – Slade Bolden is “?” Saturday vs LSU (Ankle)
[TE] 11/29/2020 – Miller Forristall is “?” Saturday vs LSU (Ankle)
[RB] 11/09/2020 – Trey Sanders is out for season (Hip)
[LB] 11/13/2020 – Kevin Harris II left the team (Transferred)
[WR] 10/24/2020 – Jaylen Waddle is out indefinitely (Ankle)
Challenges for LSU
The shoe is on the other foot this season. Alabama has the explosive offense averaging almost 50 points a game. Similar to LSU last season, the Crimson Tide’s defense isn’t as stout as it normally is. However, over the past couple games, that defense has looked similar to Bama defenses of the past. LSU just has to take this game one play at a time and focus on proper execution rather than trying to win the game with a couple of big plays. The Tigers must protect their home turf from the Crimson Tide machine.
Saturday‘s game kicks off at 7:00 PM CT (8:00 PM ET). You can watch this LSU football game on the CBS Network.