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No. 1 LSU (10-0, 6-0 SEC) returns to Tiger Stadium Saturday to take on Arkansas (2-8, 0-6 SEC) for a chance to clinch the SEC West division title. Kickoff is set for 6 p.m. CT on ESPN.

The Tigers are currently an 43.5-point favorite and the over/under is set at 70.

Calling Saturday's game will be Dave Pasch (Play-by-Play) and Greg McElroy (Analyst) with Tom Luginbill reporting from the sidelines.

LSU's overall record against Arkansas is 40-22-2, with the Tigers winning the last year's game in Fayetteville 24-17. The first meeting between the two schools was Dec. 5, 1901, with LSU winning 15-0 in Baton Rouge. Per

LSU (10-0, 6-0 SEC) enters the game ranked first nationally in the AP, Coaches, and College Football Playoff rankings, and a win over the Razorbacks would give the program its first divisional title since the 2011 Tigers won the West with an undefeated regular season record. A win would also push LSU to 7-0 in SEC play for the second time ever.

"Obviously it's something when you come to LSU that you want to do," head coach Ed Orgeron said Monday. "Our players want to do it. We don't talk about it, we really don't.

"The next game up. We said we're going to look at where we're at at the end of the season. We want to win every game, that's one of the things we did want to do. Arkansas is our next game. This is game number 11. Our goal is to beat Arkansas."
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Another Defensive DISASTER. How much are we paying Aranda?
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