Alabama Vs. LSU Score, Overtime: Cade Foster Misses Field Goal

The Alabama Crimson Tide got the ball first to start off The Overtime Of The Century against the LSU Tigers. With LSU's best weapon -- punter Brad Wing -- neutralized by the overtime format, Bama figured to have the advantage in the 6-6 tie. But special teams would still prove critical.

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

An A.J. McCarron incompletion and a five-yard penalty handed a portion of that edge right back. McCarron had a wide-open Trent Richardson (he's been wide open all night, for some reason -- it's like once he crosses the line of scrimmage, he disappears) along the sideline, but just overthrew him.

Sam Montgomery followed up with a sack, putting the Tide in tough field goal position. Especially considering they'd missed two already.

Cade Foster came out to attempt the 52-yarder, missing to the left.

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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