LSU Vs. Alabama: Eric Reid Interception, Brad Wing Punt Bail Out Tigers

The Alabama Crimson Tide went for the dagger in the fourth quarter against the LSU Tigers. Lining up in the Wild ... elephant, the Tide had Marquis Maze loft a pass to the one-yard line. At first it appeared Nick Williams came down with it, but Eric Reid popped up with the ball. After review, it was clear Reid had wrestled the ball out on the way down.

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

With new life yet again, LSU fiddled around and sent out Brad Wing to do some damage. How about a 72-yard punt? Yep, that'll do. Maze, with his ankle heavily taped, couldn't do much but watch the ball sail over his head and bound inside Bama's 20.

Brad Wing is the world's best athlete.

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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