BATON ROUGE, La. -- LSU's offense has done nothing with great field position so far, which is a bad sign for the Tigers.
LSU started drives from the Alabama 43 and the Alabama 32 in the first quarter and only has a field goal to show for it. The Tigers also got a break in the second quarter when Alabama kicked off out of bounds and started from their own 40, but couldn't take advantage.
The more you watch this LSU offense struggle, the more it feels like the Tigers' only chance is to return an interception for a touchdown or hit a big play on special teams.