Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa’s stats are eye-popping, particularly his 25-to-0 touchdown-to-interception ratio.

However, LSU’s defense is confident it can have a strong performance against the star quarterback, and potentially even snag an interception or two.

As you can see in the video below, shared by LSU Tiger TV on YouTube, LSU S Grant Delpit said Tagovailoa has yet to play a secondary as talented as LSU’s:

“They haven’t really played anybody like us yet,” he said. “Tua’s a great quarterback, he doesn’t make mistakes obviously, so we’ll see what he has in store.”

Delpit and Greedy Williams lead the way when it comes to LSU’s secondary, and they’re some of the best players in the nation at their positions. We’ll see if they can slow down the Tide’s lethal offensive attack this weekend.