Alabama completes its comeback against LSU on Sunday

Alabama dropped the first set of the match to LSU on Sunday, but was able to bounce back to win the next three sets to win the match. Alabama (18-12, 6-10 SEC) played flat in the first set, getting blown out 15-25. However, the Crimson Tide bounced back with a dominant second set, 25-14, to even the match at one set a piece.

Alabama offense makes quick work of Mercer in big win

Alabama’s offense made light work of Mercer in a 56-0 win. The Crimson Tide scored touchdowns on its first five possessions. Leading the way was quarterback Jalen Hurts and wide receiver Calvin Ridley. Hurts was a perfect seven for seven for 180 yards and three touchdowns. Ridley had his second-straight 100-yard game, finishing with three catches for 103 yards and touchdown.