LSU will be outgunned when they play Alabama this Saturday, but that doesn't mean they won't hold advantages in Death Valley.
Nov. 3 has been a date circled on every LSU and Alabama fans' calender all year long. This is the moment fans have been waiting for. It's a time for redemption for LSU fans and it's a time for supremacy and declaration for Alabama supporters.
Before the season, this game was viewed as a showdown between two of college football's best teams, but after injuries and dismissals on LSU's behalf, Alabama comes into this game as the dominant program. LSU, on the other hand, is coming in as the underdog with a 7-1 record.
Alabama leads the SEC in all major defensive categories and is second, behind Texas A&M, in scoring offense and rushing offense.
And though Alabama sports a more efficient offense, a more dominant defense and an undefeated record, the Tigers will compete against the Crimson Tide with these advantages.