LSU Knocks Off Alabama in OT, Ends the Crimson Tide's Playoff Hopes
Alabama couldn't overcome a slow start on offense and a worn down defense in the second half.
Deciding on a high-risk, high-reward decision, Kelly opted for two.
Defenses battled back and forth in the first half for a 7-6 LSU lead at the break.
Alabama drove down the field with ease on its opening possession
The Tigers had the ball at the 20 and completely swung the momentum in LSU's favor.
The next three runs were three and out for the Crimson Tide.
Alabama opened the half with a 15-play drive that lasted nearly seven minutes.
but had to settle for a field goal that gave Alabama its first lead 9-6.
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