BATON ROUGE, La. — Leonard Fournette has a simple goal for the next two weeks.

“Get my body right,” Fournette said after LSU‘s 38-21 win over Ole Miss on Saturday.

That’s right, the guy who shattered his school’s single-game rushing record with 284 yards on just 16 carries Saturday still isn’t in peak form. With just under two weeks left until his Tigers host top-ranked Alabama, LSU’s superstar running back plans to drop some of the weight he gained while sidelined by an ankle injury and also get himself into the best shape possible to face the Crimson Tide’s FBS-leading run defense.

Fournette — along with the rest of the Tigers — probably needs to do some mental rehab, too, although that process seems to be well underway with LSU interim coach Ed Orgeron in charge.