Maybe it’s just the reporter in me, but as soon as Marquis Maze heaved that football toward the goal line, I started thinking of headlines. I could see them on newspapers large and small, a thousand variations on the same facile irony: SABAN TURNS TIDE. Boring ole uncle Bama was going to win this game on a trick play, and wacked-out cousin LSU was going to lose this game on a trick play, but then that toss out of the backfield from Alabama’s star wideout hung up in the air just long enough to land in two pairs of hands at the same time. One belonged to Alabama tight end Michael Williams, and the other to LSU safety Eric Reid, who tore the ball away before the bodies reached the grass. LSU regained possession at its own 1-yard line, thereby setting up the game-winning punt.