Saturday November 5th, 2016

The Alabama Crimson Tide head to Tiger Stadium to face the LSU Tigers in an SEC battle on Saturday night.

Alabama remains the No. 1 team in the country with an 8–0 record. The Crimson Ride rested for a week after freshman quarterback Jalen Hurts passed for 166 yards and rushed for 93 more as they defeated Texas A&M 33–14. Damien Harris rushed the ball 17 times for 126 yards.

Coach Ed Orgeron's luck as LSU's interim head coach may be running out. Since taking over for Les Miles, he is 3–0, but the Tide will be his toughest opponent by far. The Tigers are coming off a 38–21 win in which running back Leonard Fournette set a school record for single-game rushing yards with 248 yards and scored three touchdowns.

How to watch

When: 8 p.m. ET, Saturday, Nov. 5

TV: CBS

Live stream: Watch the game online here.

Upcoming games

Alabama: vs. Mississippi State (11/12), vs. Chattanooga (11/19), vs. Auburn (11/26)

LSU: at Arkansas (11/12), vs. Florida (11/19), at Texas A&M (11/24)

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