Alabama defeats LSU 30-16 at Bryant Denny Stadium
Tuscaloosa, AL - The Alabama Crimson Tide ended LSU's undefeated season Saturday night with a 30-16 victory over the Tigers at Bryant Denny Stadium.
LSU running back Leonard Fournette struggled throughout the night, ending the game with just 31 total rushing yards on 19 carries.
Fournette punched in a one-yard touchdown, but Derrick Henry has absolutely dominated this battle of great running backs.
Henry plunged ahead for his 3rd touchdown - a 7-yard score - to give the Tide a 27-10 lead late in the 3rd.
Henry ended the game with 210 yards on 38 carries for 3 touchdowns.
By virtue of Ole Miss losing to Arkansas, Alabama leads the SEC West, and therefore has a clear path to the SEC Championship game.
The Tide have won 5 straight games, dating back to the 2011 BCS Championship game.
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