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LSU vs. Alabama: The best plays and biggest moments from Crimson Tide’s win over Tigers

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Alabama’s dreams of another SEC championship and a spot in the College Football Playoff are still alive.

The Crimson Tide defeated rival LSU 42-28 Saturday night at Bryant-Denny Stadium, getting some revenge for last year’s defeat while staying on the inside track in the race for the SEC West title.

This one started as a shootout, but the Tide took control down the stretch to put the Tigers away.

Crimson Tide QB Jalen Milroe was brilliant, throwing for 219 yards and rushing 20 times for 155 yards. He set an Alabama quarterback record with four rushing touchdowns.

His play was matched most of the game by Jayden Daniels. Alabama had few answers in the early going for LSU’s Heisman Trophy contender, who finished 15-for-25 passing for 219 yards with two touchdowns and added 163 yards and another touchdown on the ground. But Daniels was forced from the game in the fourth quarter after he entered concussion protocol following a hit that drew a roughing the passer penalty.

That took the air out of any potential LSU comeback.

The game was tied 21-21 at halftime, and LSU drove right down the field on its first possession of the second half to take the lead. But that would end the scoring for college football’s best offense.

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Alabama answered with a touchdown to tie the game. LSU followed up with its first punt of the day and Alabama took the lead for good with a touchdown. Two plays into LSU’s next drive, Daniels threw an interception and Alabama cashed in once again to go up two touchdowns.

Daniels was hurt the next drive

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