While this season has proven to look and feel different from years past in the SEC, one thing that hasn’t changed is that all eyes will be watching when Alabama and LSU tangle on Nov. 9.
LSU will present Nick Saban’s defense with a stiff test, particularly with its prolific offense (yep, sounds weird to me too) led by quarterback Zach Mettenberger and receivers Jarvis Landry and Odell Beckham Jr.
It was the same trio that enjoyed a strong performance against the Tide last season before ultimately falling 21-17. However, the Tide have three games in between to work out their kinks in the secondary.
What improvements does Alabama’s secondary have to make before the showdown against LSU?