LSU anxious to slow down Tagovailoa, Alabama’s high-octane passing game

 

Rashard Lawrence can’t finish watching the tape of Alabama.

“It’s boring watching them,” LSU’s junior defensive end said. “It’s like a rerun every drive, watching them run up and down the field on everyone.”

Such is Dave Aranda’s task on Saturday when the top-ranked Crimson Tide invade Tiger Stadium in hopes of notching their ninth consecutive victory of the season. In each of the first eight games, Alabama has rolled up more than 500 yards of total offense, the first stretch of that kind in the program’s storied history.

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