LSU coach BrIan Kelly and Alabama Head Coach Nick Saban visit prior to playing each other at Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge, LA on Saturday, Nov 5, 2022.

The Tigers scored the one-point victory over the Crimson Tide after converting a two-point attempt in overtime

BATON ROUGE, La. – The No. 6/6/6 Alabama football team fell in overtime at No. 10/15/17 LSU, 32-31, Saturday night in front of a sold-out crowd at Tiger Stadium. The Crimson Tide scored on its first drive of the extra period to take the lead; however, the Tigers scored on their ensuing possession and won the game when it converted the two-point attempt.


Quarterback Bryce Young finished 25-of-51 for 328 yards through the air to lead the Tide’s offense. Running back Jahmyr Gibbs led Alabama in rushing (15 rushes, 99 yards) and added eight receptions for 64 yards. Ja’Corey Brooks caught seven passes for a team-leading 97 yards and a touchdown.


Defensively, the Tide was led by Demarcco Hellams’ 12 tackles which included nine solo stops, while Brian Branch finished with nine stops, a quarterback hurry and a pass break-up.



  • It marked the first overtime game for Alabama since defeating Auburn a year ago, 24-22, in four overtimes
  • The last time UA dropped an overtime decision occurred 11 years ago to the day when the Tide fell 9-6 in a home decision to LSU on Nov. 5, 2011
  • Nick Saban fell to 4-3 in overtime contests as the Alabama head coach
  • Saturday’s loss marks the second loss for the Tide this season, with both defeats coming on the game’s final play (field goal at Tennessee)
  • Alabama did not score a point in the first quarter for the first time this season, marking the first time since the 2022 SEC Championship game vs. Georgia that the Crimson Tide failed to score in the opening stanza
  • The two teams combined for 23 points across the opening three quarters and 40 total points in the fourth quarter and overtime
  • The Tide’s opening drive in the second half took 15 plays (55 yards) making it UA’s longest drive of the year in terms of number of plays
  • With the loss, Alabama falls to 13-6 (.684) in games following a bye under head coach Nick Saban


How It Happened


  • No Scoring



  • 09:46 – LSU | Jayden Daniels found John Emery Jr. for a 30-yard pass-and-catch to open the scoring, capping a four-play, 49-yard drive that took 1:57 off the clock
  • 05:56 – UA | Alabama responded with a seven-play, 63-yard drive that took 3:50 off the clock and was capped by a 29-yard field goal from Will Reichard
  • 00:00 – UA | Reichard’s second field goal of the quarter came from 35 yards out and finished off the longest drive of the half by either team, going 63 yards on 12 plays in 3:21 to close out the scoring for the first half



  • 08:11 – UA | Alabama took 6:49 off the clock when it received the opening kickoff of the second half and went 55 yards in 15 plays, with Reichard drilling a 38-yard field goal
  • 03:30 – LSU | Josh Williams plunged in from two yards out which ended an 11-play, 75-yard drive that took 4:41 off the clock



  • 12:37 – UA | Roydell Wiliams scored the Tide’s first touchdown of the game when he rushed in from two yards out to finish off an eight-play, 76-yard drive that spanned 2:24
  • 06:52 – LSU | Damian Ramos converted a 32-yard field goal to complete an 11-play, 69-yard drive
  • 04:44 – UA | Ja’Corey Brooks caught a 41-yard pass from Bryce Young which closed a six-play, 65-yard drive that lasted 2:08
  • 01:47 – LSU | Jayden Daniels found Mason Taylor from seven yards out to retake the lead after taking the ball 75 yards on seven plays in 2:57
  • 00:21 – UA | Reichard’s third field goal of the game forced overtime as the Tide needed just 1:26 to march 47 yards down the field and into field goal range



  • UA | Alabama got the ball first and took seven plays to find paydirt when Roydell Williams plowed in from a yard out
  • LSU | Daniels took LSU’s first offensive play of overtime and rushed it 25 yards to the house before connecting with Taylor to complete the two-point attempt and seal the win


Up Next

  • The Crimson Tide remains on the road for its next game, traveling to Oxford, Miss., where it will take on Ole Miss
  • Saturday’s game will kickoff at 2:30 p.m. CT and will air on CBS