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LSU will host No. 1 Alabama this Saturday at Tiger Stadium with a 7 p.m. CT kickoff on CBS.

The Tigers are 29.5-underdog, which is the biggest underdog for a defending national champion in the past 40 seasons, according to ESPN.



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Easy cover. 62-20 Alabama
Reply2 months
Take the points.
Reply2 months
If the teams goal is not to win, but to beat the 29.5 point spread, it will show. There is too much on the for team not to fight like hell to win. The number one thing on the line is pride. Home field pride, alone, and a good game plan should make this a two possession ballgame.
Reply2 months
Whatever your smoking.....I WANT SOME. Don’t be stingy; we’re gonna need it after this 50 point beat down by the turds.
2 months
3 and 4 and soon to be 3 and 5. After last year Saban will build a 50 pt lead.
Reply2 months
It’s only 29.5?? Nice
Reply2 months
“ The Tigers are the biggest underdog for a defending national champion in the past 40 seasons” because they are the crappiest defending champion in the last 40 years.
Reply2 months
If Bama wins by less than 29.5, I will consider this a win win. Let's make it happen.
Reply2 months
40 is a more reasonable line
Reply2 months
O Face must be held accountable
Reply2 months
Thought it would be 40+
Reply2 months
LSU 27 Alabama 24. Pigs gonna fly.
Reply2 months
Basketball?
2 months
good lird
Reply2 months
'bama will hang 60+ on the Tigers this weekend, we may not cross the 50. Again...
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Reply2 months
I think 39.5 may be in play.
Reply2 months
I'm torn on this one. That is a lot of points.
Reply2 months
That’s it?
Reply2 months
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