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John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports
LSU (4-4, 2-3 SEC) will travel to Tuscaloosa this weekend to face No. 3 Alabama (7-1, 4-1 SEC). Kickoff from Bryant-Denny Stadium is set for 6pm CT on ESPN.

Alabama is a 28.5-point favorite, according to the Caesars Sportsbook. The over/under is 65.

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Ya think!!????
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20-10; We physically killed The Bear.
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Vegas playing it safe. It's easily a 30+ game
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Might as well be triple digit favorite…
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Obviously they should be favored. Hopefully LSU plays with pride and makes a game of it….They have enough talent to do it.
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Coach O is going to beat Bama and save his job!
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I smell sarcasm...
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Just make a game out of it.
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LSU by 10.
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28.5? Gimme bama.
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I mean I can see 30 points....but I can see a 10 point win by Bama after a sloppy game....IDK...might be worth some cash on the Tigers here on that big line.
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Alabama will cover by much more than that
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Just Want a coach that can keep us in every game against them whether it be win or lose. The last two coaches were pretty bad at this.
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UF was a 23 point favorite last year...
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BYoung finna eat. We have no secondary left.
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I'm trying to recall a time, at least since post 2000 or so, that we've been this outmanned. I guess anything is possible, and tAggy/Jimbo did take down the midget earlier this year. But, with all of our injuries, transfers, zombie coaches, and not having enough guys to field the annual bye week Tiger Bowl, it feels like Saturday is gonna be painful.
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Humiliating, but considering the current state of the program and all the injuries, it's probably fair. I'm optimistic these young players will make a game of it out of sheer pride and talent. Better days ahead.
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They'll still cover the spread.
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only way to go is up from here
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Bloodbath
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