University of Alabama

November 4, 2012 12:31 AM

No. 1 Alabama rallies past No. 5 LSU

Alabama is still No. 1. Barely. The top-ranked and still-unbeaten Crimson Tide survived an LSU rally and its toughest challenge of the year. Alabama took a shot from the fifth-ranked Bengal Tigers but remained standing and won 21-17 on Saturday night.

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