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Per ESPN: Blake Sims drove Alabama 55 yards in the final 50 seconds of regulation for a tying field goal, and threw a 6-yard touchdown pass to DeAndrew White in overtime to lift No. 4 Alabama to a 20-13 victory over No. 14 LSU on Saturday night.

With the victory and Auburn's upset loss to Texas A&M earlier in the day, Alabama (8-1, 5-1Southeastern Conference) is alone in second place in the SEC West Division with a game against first-place Mississippi State still on its schedule.

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Talented but young and way too many mistakes to win this one....Yeah, we gave it away...Qb misfires and gives bama 3 before the half was a killer, which actually decided the game..However, several dropped passes cost us to punt and penalties put us in bad situations. Several players got costly penalties that killed drives..This team played their butts off and really had the tide beat, then gave it away without throwing the killer punch!!
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Sounds like someone posted under the wrong article. FYI LSU beat themselves in the last 2 minutes AGAIN.
Reply81 months
First off, no he doesn't. Second, if you knew his name was Gamble, why did you feel it necessary to also point out he was black? You're the one who should be kicked out you bitch. Go lose some sleep over a game.
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