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Marquis Maze is far and away the Tide's top target with 56 catches.
Who's in second?
Trent Richardson with a distant 27.
In the first matchup with LSU, Maze hauled in six catches for 61 yards which is hardly the type of game you need from your top receiver.
Maze was also held in check as a return man with only 26 yards on the opening kickoff.
In fact, Maze really hurt Alabama by not fielding a punt late in the fourth quarter that destroyed Alabama's field position.
He claims it hit a high-flying camera wire, but I would wager that he may have been favoring his tweaked ankle at that part of the game.
Maze is a senior, and this is his last hurrah in a Crimson Tide uniform.
If there was ever a time when Alabama could use his playmaking skills, it's in this game against LSU.
He has the ability to turn a four-yard pass into a 30-yard gain with his uncanny knack for making defenders miss.
While Maze's redemption would be enough to fuel a great performance, he will be even more important in providing a reliable outlet for A.J. McCarron.
If Maze can get into the 75-100-yard receiving range and add on a big play or two in the return game, it will be a good night for Alabama.