LSU vs. Alabama: 5 Things We'll Remember About the SEC's Game of the Century

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LSU vs. Alabama: 5 Things We'll Remember About the SEC's Game of the Century
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'Instant classic' is an appropriate phrase for what college football fans witnessed Saturday night, as No. 1 LSU held off No. 2 Alabama in overtime to remain undefeated.

The defensive struggle between two strong and tough teams is what football is all about.

With both teams coming off of bye weeks, this was a game that received hype for the whole two weeks, and it didn't disappoint.

Arguably the two best teams in college football played evenly for 60 minutes, and needed overtime to determine a winner.

Each defense was so strong that neither team could find the end zone, making every play of the game meaningful and leaving fans on the edge of their seats.

100,000 people had tickets to this game, but millions will claim they were there to watch this instant classic unfold.

Here are five things we will remember about this clash in Tuscaloosa...

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