No. 1 Alabama stomped defending national champion LSU 55-17 on Saturday night in Death Valley with the Crimson Tide’s top offensive playmakers carrying the load for the nation’s highest-ranked team. With the win, Alabama clinched the SEC West and an appearance in the 2020 SEC Championship game, where it will take on No. 1 Florida.
Wide receiver DeVonta Smith and running back Najee Harris each logged three touchdowns while combining for 379 yards from scrimmage for Alabama.
Smith (eight receptions, 231 yards) was absolutely unstoppable with all of his stats coming in the first half. The Tigers’ secondary could barely keep up with the senior pass catcher, and his dynamic ability completely opened up the game. Harris (21 carries, 145 yards rushing, 3 yards receiving) found open lanes all night against LSU’s defensive front. That made for an easy night for quarterback Mac Jones, who completed 20 of 28 passes for 379 yards with four touchdowns, the other going to tight end Jahleel Billingsley.
Brian Tinney celebrates this awesome receiver with his latest art print,
“Rising Above All”
Most Career Touchdowns by a Wide Receiver in SEC History
This print measures 11 X 14 and will fit in any standard size frame of your choosing.