LSU was simply unable to get going on offense. The only highlights were a 54-yard touchdown run by John Emery Jr. and a wild fumble recovery by Jontre Kirklin, who picked up a Kayshon Boutte fumble in the end zone after Boutte dropped it too early. Alabama outgained LSU 650-352, averaging a whopping 19.3 yards per completion and 9.0 yards per play. Bama’s 55 points were the most for either team in the history of the series, which dates back to 1895. The previous high was 47 by the Tide in 1922. The 38-point win was the largest for either team since Alabama beat LSU 42-0 in 1925, and Bama’s 55 points were the second-most points allowed by LSU in the history of Tiger Stadium.
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