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Saturday, November 5, 2016 at Tiger Stadium (Baton Rouge, LA) Crimson Tide 10, Tigers 0The LSU vs Alabama rival game ended in a low-scoring shutout game with the final score of 10-0 maintaining the Crimson Tides undefeated 2016 record. The game was scoreless until the 4th quarter when Alabama scored a touchdown and a three-point field goal. The Tigers finished with a total of 125 yards and put up a fight against one of the best defenses in college football. The game between Crimson Tide and Tigers was an exciting and in-demand game with tickets averaging at $275.
Saturday, November 7, 2015 at Bryant Denny Stadium (Tuscaloosa, AL) Crimson Tide 30, Tigers 16In a battle of two of the top running backs in College Football, the 2015 LSU-Alabama matchup turned into a highlight reel for the Crimson Tide defense. Alabama bottled up LSU's superstar running back Leonard Fournette, holding him to only 31 total yards. On the other side of the ball Alabama's running back Derrick Henry rushed for 210 yards, and 3 touchdowns. Alabama's win put the Crimson Tide in the drivers seat in the SEC West, and gave them a 5th straight win in the Alabama vs LSU series.
Saturday, November 8, 2014 at Tiger Stadium (Baton Rouge, LA) Crimson Tide 20, Tigers 13 OTIn a series known for fantastic finishes, this game will go down as one of the best in the history of Alabama-LSU. The underdog Tigers took it to Alabama in Death Valley, holding the Crimson Tide's vaunted running game to only 106 total yards. LSU kicker Colby Delahoussaye put the Tigers up by 3 points with under 1 minute remaining. But Alabama quarterback Blake Sims rallied the Crimson Tide, and drove down the field for a tieing field goal with only a few seconds remaining. Alabama outlasted the Tigers in overtime to keep themselves in contention for the inaugural CFP
Saturday, November 9, 2013 at Bryant Denny Stadium (Tuscaloosa, AL) Crimson Tide 38, Tigers 17 Unbeknown to the Crimson Tide that future events would keep them from a third straight National Championship appearence, the LSU Tigers posed as the Tides second to last threat. As the Tide has done for the past 3 years, they played smash mouth football taking the Tigers completely out of the picture in the fourth quarter with back-to-back touchdowns to win 38-17.
Saturday, November 3, 2012 at Tiger Stadium (Baton Rouge, LA) Crimson Tide 21, Tigers 17 With just under a minute remaining in the game, McCarron, who vowed to win this game, found TJ Yeldon on a 28-yard screen pass for 6 points and a win over the LSU Tigers in Baton Rouge. The 21-17 win kept the Tide undefeated and soaring high above the surrounding college football field of play headed straight for their 2nd straight national championship game.
Monday, January 9, 2012 at Mercedes-Benz Superdome (New Orleans, LA) Crimson Tide 21, Tigers 0 After suffering a 9-6 loss to the LSU Tigers earlier in the season, a loss that many belived should have kept the Crimson Tide out of this game, Alabama shut out LSU in a 21-0 tear of the Tigers defense. It was traditional ground-and-pound Nick Saban football as Alabama sent Trent Richardson straight at the Tigers for 96 yards and a touchdown on 20 carries.