The college football injury report is always a thing that needs to be constructed, rather than relayed. Here's the best I could put together based on what's out there about the Alabama Crimson Tide and LSU Tigers.
For LSU, both senior center P.J. Lonergan and defensive end Kendrick Adams are expected to return after each missing two games due to a left ankle injury. Both are starters, meaning both Tigers lines are whole, the OL for the first time since Mississippi State.
Backup Bama running back Eddie Lacy remains limpy while recovering from turf toe, but he is practicing. The Tide did get back offensive lineman Anthony Steen during last week's bye. He, along with Alfred McCullough, should be able to help patch up a Bama line that's had to think about depth as the season's gone on. Linebacker Alex Watkins, who broke his arm against Tennessee, won't be able to play, but he is practicing.
And just to catch you up in case you've missed these stories along the way: For the Tide, offensive linemen Cyrus Kouandjio and Arie Kouandjio are both out for the year, as are running back Dee Hart and linebacker Jonathan Atchison. LSU's been without starting guard Josh Dworaczyk for the season.