You have to hand it to Joe Burrow, he’s handling LSU’s win over Alabama with a lot of class.

While the Tigers have been busy celebrating the big win, they also came out of the trip to Tuscaloosa very impressed with Nick Saban’s program.

LSU’s game in Tuscaloosa was Burrow’s first trip to Bryant-Denny Stadium and when asked to share his thoughts on the crowd and the energy of that stadium when Alabama came roaring back late in the third quarter and entering the fourth quarter, the Tiger quarterback admitted he was impressed with the Crimson Tide’s fans.

“That place got rowdy. That environment was really cool to play in,” Burrow offered up during his Monday media availability. “I want to say some good things about that environment, those fans and that team. They are a really good team, really good fans and made it tough for us.”

That’s the ultimate sign of respect and shows just how difficult it is to go into Bryant-Denny Stadium and come away with a win. LSU won the game because the Tigers were the better team on Saturday and had to be with Alabama’s crowd doing their best to will the Crimson Tide to another home victory.