Alabama's Nick Saban has a 24-hour rule for his players, which means they can enjoy a win or mope over a loss for 24 hours, then they must move on. But with a game like Saturday's 21-17 comeback win over LSU, maybe it's a good thing it fell on the same weekend the clocks went back an hour for daylight savings time. If an Alabama team ever deserved an amended 25-hour rule, this one did. With national title hopes hanging in the balance, Alabama got the ball 72 yards from the end zone with 1:34 to play and trailing by three. A field goal would have given the Tide a chance for overtime, but forget that, Alabama scored a touchdown, covering the distance in only five plays.