11:46 AM ET 01.07 | If the rematch of their Nov. 5 Game of the Century produces only touchdowns instead of field goals, that will be fine with Alabama's place-kickers. But in the likely event that the second-ranked Crimson Tide needs to go for three points at some point in the national championship game against No. 1 LSU on Monday night, that's OK, too, kicker Jeremy Shelley said Friday. "I love touchdowns," Shelley said. "I'd much rather our team have seven points than three. But I have no problem going out there and hitting kicks the entire game." In its 9-6 overtime loss to LSU, Alabama was 2-for-6 on field goals, with Shelley going 1-for-2 and Cade Foster 1-for-4. For the season, Shelley is 16-for-20, and Foster, who generally handles kicks of more than 40 yards, is 2-for-9. "We're very confident in the players we have," Alabama coach Nick Saban said. "Our concern was more about the plays leading up to the field-goal attempts because they were all difficult attempts, not high-percentage kicks." Alabama won't alter its game-day strategy because of concerns about its field-goal kicking, Saban said.