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ESPN writer Greg Ostendorf says LSU will get off to good start Saturday on the road against Mississippi State and picks the Tigers to win.
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Why LSU wins: Don’t think this LSU team forgot what happened last year when Mississippi State went into Death Valley and dominated the Tigers for most of the game. This is their chance for revenge. And I’m not sold on the MSU defense this year, not after giving up 413 yards to Southern Miss in the opener. We haven’t seen LSU yet, but I think Brandon Harris, Leonard Fournette and this offense get off to a good start on the road
ESPN writer Sam Khan Jr. has Mississippi State winning Saturday's game because of Dak Prescott and home field advantage for the Bulldogs.
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LSU has more talent on its roster than Mississippi State, but when the best player on the field is at the most important position, that counts for a lot. Read more.
What your prediction for Saturday's game between LSU and Mississippi State?
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NiceShortsOleMiss105 months
STATE wins a close one
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Vernonbrew22105 months
Harris is not the answer. He is tUrribul
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If there were a "fifth quarter," we would have beaten State in 2014.

Had that hail mary worked, LSU would have won in regulation.
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fierysnowman105 months
I know he's gone, but I'll say it anyway. I hope Dylan Day gets hung by his own hillbilly rat tail
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Sev09105 months
We were undefeated against Johnny Football... Jus sayin.
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TheFlyingTiger105 months
@datbayoubengal: happened to tebow too
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Datbayoubengal105 months
Oh and when I mentioned Mariota, I'm talking about his two losses, one to Arizona that ate his lunch, and one to Ohio State, who beat them like a stepchild even with his 300 yard passing game performance.
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Datbayoubengal105 months
Sam Khan Jr = do not read LSU fans

I've seen a bunch of this goober's predictions and views on the Tigers this offseason, and they are hilarious at best. He has no clue.

You tell me how even with bringing back a stout OL (including 2 future first rounders), Mike Evans, and heisman winner Johnny Manziel, made TAMU and 8-4 team in 2013 from their 10-2 previous season?

Answer) doesn't matter if you have a top QB coming back with experience. Your QB and can and will be neutralized at some point. Your team needs balance offensively (see run game) and a decent defense. Happened to Winston, happened to Mariota, happened to Manziel and it will happen to Dak. Manziel, Winston, and Mariota had a great OL, one had a good run game, and one had a decent defense. Dak has nothing outside of two WRs. Don't give me that 1a/1b crap. Both got smoked all year last year on defense, and now you don't have the quality depth anywhere on your roster.
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monsterballads105 months
59-26
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SamuelClemens105 months
LSU 35 - MSUs 17
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Srbtiger06105 months
"best player on the field"? Did he forget about one Leonard Fournette?
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tigerman03105 months
Prediction?






Pain.
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reauxl tigers7105 months
LSU 35 Moo St. 17
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mkibod1105 months
Khans dislike for LSU is becoming more and more obvious.
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WalkingTurtles105 months
The year before we beat Dak and company 52-28. They have an all world team and roll in Baton Rouge and start kicking our butt, but the second we put in a competent MLB in Beckwith we stymied them on offense. Then we put Harris in and started scoring. Both guys are back and better. Tigers 31-17.
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DrunkenStuporMan105 months
Ostendorf has been grinded.
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High C105 months
blah, blah, cowbell, blah, blah, Dak, blah
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