The LSU Tigers gave Alabama a tough game on Saturday, but still left Tuscaloosa with a 24-10 loss.

However, unlike every other Alabama opponent this year, the Tigers actually found some success against the Crimson Tide running game, holding the talented Tide backfield to only 116 yards.

On Wednesday night, coach Ed Orgeron said on his weekly radio show that he thought the Tigers would have more trouble shutting down Alabama’s ground game than they actually did:

He added that he felt the game was much closer than the score indicated, as the Tigers failed to capitalize on some good scoring opportunities:

The Tigers will have a chance to get back on track when they host a struggling Arkansas squad this weekend.

Saturday’s game kicks off at 11 a.m. Central time and can be seen on ESPN.