LSU did not have a good night vs. Alabama on Saturday.

The Tide won 55-17, earning some revenge against the Tigers after LSU’s win in Tuscaloosa a year ago.

During the game, LSU coach Ed Orgeron appeared to lose his temper on defensive coordinator Bo Pelini.

Hopefully that head set is under warranty.

Alabama’s offense got whatever it wanted to on Saturday. Quarterback Mac Jones completed 20-of-28 passes for 385 yards and four touchdowns.

Running back Najee Harris scored three times, too, rushing for 145 yards on 21 carries. Backups Brian Robinson Jr. and Jase McClellan also contributed to the win.

Receiver Devonta Smith, who was already the SEC’s all-time leader in touchdown catches, scored three more times. Overall, Smith caught eight passes for 231 yards.

Smith’s big day was apparently the source of Orgeron’s frustration.

“Our plan was, for most of the game, to double team [Devonta Smith],” Orgeron told reporters after the game. “That was one of his times that we weren’t. Then we got beat one on one, that’s nobody’s fault. We went into the game to stop No. 6 and you have to give them credit. Sometimes we had him doubled and he made some big plays. It was just frustrating seeing a player have 300 yards in the first half.”

It was the continuation of a season-long theme for LSU: Pelini’s defense not being able to get stops. Pelini replaced Dave Aranda, who is now the head coach at Baylor.

With the loss, LSU drops to 3-5 on the season.