It's official. Regardless of how you feel about the "Game of the Century II," Alabama will get another shot at LSU, this time with the BCS National Championship on the line.
The SEC is guaranteed to win its sixth consecutive national title, but Alabama has to improve on its November 5 performance against LSU if it wants the Waterford Crystal trophy to return to Tuscaloosa instead of Baton Rouge in January.
The Crimson Tide had ample opportunities to beat LSU the first time around, but didn't take advantage of enough of them to win. Let's look at five improvements that Alabama needs to make to prevail in the rematch and bring home its 14th national championship.