The talk is of LSU’s offense, but the defense must rise to stem the Crimson Tide

It is the chicken-and-egg debate of Saturday’s showdown between No. 4 LSU and No. 1 Alabama:

Which is more important — LSU getting a great game from quarterback Joe Burrow and his offense, or affecting Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa and slowing down the nearly point-a-minute Crimson Tide attack?

Certainly, it is critical the Tigers (7-1) have their best game offensively. As Burrow said last week, LSU can not score 15 points Saturday night and hope to win.

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