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Brett Rojo-USA TODAY Sports
LSU head coach Ed Orgeron spoke to media after Thursday's practice and talked about the Tigers upcoming game vs. Ole Miss on Saturday.

The trip to Oxford will be Orgeron's third time back since he was the head coach of the Rebels from 2005-2007 but his first return as a head coach.

Orgeron described the matchup as just another game for him, but a major SEC battle that the Tigers must win.

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LSU and Ole Miss kickoff at 6:15 p.m. CT Satuday on ESPN.
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LSU Patrick81 months
"Just another game" pretty much sums up this rivalry.
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Lexman181 months
Play lights out! Beat Ole Miss! And head into the bye week 6-2 and getting healthy with an extra week to prepare for Bama! I like the direction this young team is heading in!
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KING NOLA81 months
Before Nick Saban won all those Championships at Alabama he lost to Louisiana Monroe. And before Les Miles won LSU a Championship he lost to UAB. So Ed Orgeron losing to Troy is not the end of the world he's in fact on track to win a National Championship.
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earl keese81 months
Wrong KING NOLA. Les Miles never lost to UAB.
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Meatball81 months
Saban lost to UAB
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Gumbo181 months
GEAUX TIGERS!!!
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