Former Alabama standout wants to see Crimson Tide hit season-scoring high against LSU
Alabama’s offense has been rolling all season. The Crimson Tide have scored at least 38 points in each of their first eight games, which is a big reason why they’re undefeated and the No. 1 team in the country.
But one former Alabama player wants to see even bigger results this Saturday against LSU.
Crimson Tide fans aren’t the only ones who remember that the Tigers beat them, 46-41, last season at Bryant-Denny Stadium. Former Alabama offensive lineman Cam Robinson also remembers, and he wants to see his alma mater get revenge when the two schools face off at Tiger Stadium on Saturday night.
In fact, Robinson is hoping that head coach Nick Saban and offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian lead the offense to a huge showing:
I know Coach Saban likes to keep it classy but I hope he gives Sark tha green light to score 70!!! 😂😂 https://t.co/YIPruukcyk
— Cam. (@crobinson_68) December 4, 2020
The Crimson Tide’s offense may be capable of putting up 70 points if they want. They’ve scored 63 twice this season in wins over Ole Miss on Oct. 10 and Kentucky on Nov. 21. And they’ve scored at least 41 points in seven straight games.
Robinson, who played at Alabama from 2014-16, is currently in his fourth NFL season with the Jacksonville Jaguars. And before he plays on Sunday, you can be sure he’ll be watching the Crimson Tide as they look to improve to 9-0.
Alabama and LSU are set to kick off at 8 p.m. ET on Saturday on CBS.