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LSU senior Lewis Neal was named SEC Defensive Line player of the week by the conference on Monday.

Lewis Neal, DE, LSU

-Registered a career-high 11 tackles, including a tackle for a 1-yard loss and 2 QB hurries, in 10-0 loss to top-ranked Alabama.

-The Tigers held to season lows for points (10), total yards (323), and passing yards (106) in the loss.

-LSU became first team to hold Alabama scoreless in the first half since 2007 (vs. Florida State).

-LSU and Alabama also became the first FBS game this year to enter fourth quarter scoreless ... The 10 points were also the fewest for Alabama since a 9-6 overtime loss to LSU in 2011 and it was the fewest points by the Crimson Tide in a win under Nick Saban (since 2007).

-In 8 games, LSU's defense has allowed just 9 touchdowns.
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Do they just pick one from each big team? Isn't that a Georgia's Kicker in the picture? How does this work lol
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Except bama lineman on the Hurt TD
Reply53 months
Except bama lineman HOLDING HIM on the Hurt TD. FIFY.
53 months
Almost nothing can hold him back
Reply53 months
Lol i saw what you did there
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