Until Saturday night, Alabama had not trailed in the second half a football game in two years. The most recent time was the 28-27 loss to Auburn at the end of the 2010 regular season. But the No. 1 Crimson Tide had to rally from a 17-14 deficit to defeat No. 5 LSU on Saturday night in Tiger Stadium. What was this unusual feeling like? "It was weird," senior center Barrett Jones said. "I think we were calm the whole time. We never really panicked. It was a frustrating second half, really."