How can LSU catch up to Alabama? Orgeron: Build more depth, increase talent

LSU coach Ed Orgeron was straight and to the point after the Tigers’ 29-0 loss to Alabama on Saturday, saying his team’s talent on the offensive and defensive lines needs a boost.

The Crimson Tide clearly won the battle in the trenches in Tiger Stadium, rolling up 576 yards, including 281 rushing yards, and holding LSU to 196 yards, including 12 rushing yards.

Alabama also sacked LSU quarterback Joe Burrow five times.

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