Maze Talks Of Two Crucial Plays Against LSU

Prior to facing the top-rated Tigers, Marquis Maze led Alabama punt return efforts with 338 yards on 26 attempts. LSU, ranked fifth nationally in the net punting category, continued the successful trend by negating the elusive senior wide receiver/return specialist with zero return attempts. He managed to lead Alabama with six receptions.

Maze was involved in two critical fourth quarter plays affecting the outcome of the game. Operating in the wildcat formation, he lofted a pass near the end zone to tight end Michael Williams which resulted in an LSU interception. After the change of possession, the Tide defense held the Tiger offense inside their own ten yard line. Maze's decision not to return the 73-yard punt shifted field position in favor of LSU.

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