Alabama Vs. LSU 2011: Blocked Field Goal, Jordan Jefferson Takes Over

After two LSU Tigers defensive struggles bailed out by missed Alabama Crimson Tide field goals, the Bayou Bengals took over with a chance to score on their second drive. But Jarrett Lee bobbled a snap and fired with bent knees, throwing his first pick in 100 passes. Robert Lester came up with the ball, LSU's first turnover in a month.

For live Alabama-LSU score updates and conversation, head right here.

Bama found itself with the ball closer to the end zone than it had managed to reach all night. The first quarter ended, 0-0, after Morris Claiborne broke up an on-target A.J. McCarron end zone strike. Marquis Maze was picked off by a sniper while performing an end-around, and soon it was Cade Foster time again.

After missing a 50-yarder and a 47-yarder, Foster saw his 49-yard effort blocked by Bennie Logan. Eric Reid recovered, and ... special teams, y'all.

LSU sent Jordan Jefferson out at quarterback in place of Lee.

For more on this game, visit Alabama blog Roll Bama RollLSU blog And The Valley Shook and SEC blog Team Speed Kills. And stay tuned to SB Nation's college football news hub.

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