In traditional Saban style, Alabama brings a strong defense to the game supported by a good, but not great offense led by a senior quarterback. Alabama's offense still faces questions as they have done just enough to win ball games. The big question is how much better can they get, as many believe the Bama offense has peaked in terms of it's potential. LSU comes into the game showing signs of great potential and giving LSU fans a glimpse of what most have been asking for all year. A more creative offensive gameplan and more touches to the many skill players LSU has on it's roster. This glimpse into LSU's offensive potential has also come against less than stellar defenses so the big question is whether they can do it against a big time defense like Alabama's. The LSU defense seems to be gelling at just the right time. It's more of a bend and don't break style that many LSU fans are still coming to grips with, but it's getting the job done which is the bottom line. Now that the defense has come together, the question is whether or not Chavis will become a little more aggressive having faith that everyone is on the same page, allowing more blitzing and man coverage. The SEC West championship is more than likely riding on this game. Who comes out on top?