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Late Alabama Drive Crushes LSU

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BATON ROUGE - Forty-three seconds. That's how long it took for Alabama to turn what would have been one of the greatest wins in LSU history into one of the most gut-wrenching defeats ever.

If the Crimson Tide goes on to win its second consecutive national title in January, they will remember the frantic and furious 43 seconds of their stunning 21-17 victory against LSU as the catalyst.

And for LSU, it will be a long time before the Tigers recover from one of the most heartbreaking defeats in the long, storied history of Tiger Stadium.

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