LSU, Bama want no part of postseason points-fest



NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Bowl season has produced scores that look a little like high school basketball.

41-38. 45-38. 67-56. Even 70-33, West Virginia over Clemson, in the Orange Bowl.

But there will be plenty of defense on Monday in the BCS title game.

Alabama and LSU have the two top-ranked defenses in the country and many say that is part of the reason the SEC has been so successful. The conference is now assured of claiming a sixth straight BCS championship.

LSU defensive coordinator John Chavis says flashy offense is exciting for fans, but “I got enough gray hair. I don’t ever want to see any of that.”