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No. 15 LSU (6-2, 4-1 SEC) will host No. 6 Alabama (7-1, 4-1 SEC) Saturday night in Tiger Stadium to battle it out for first-place in the SEC West. Kickoff is set for 6pm CT on ESPN.

The Crimson Tide are currently 13.0-point favorites over the Tigers with the over/under set at 58 points, according to ESPN/Ceasar.

Both teams are coming off their bye week after wins last week.

What do you think about the early betting line? Sound off in the comment section...
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NamariTiger16 months
Excellent
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oline526416 months
That’s why you play the game! Callin my shot- LSU upsets Bama and I bathe in the tears of their fans!
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Displaced16 months
You bathe in tears, I'm gonna bathe in cash after my Tennessee & LSU money line parlay cashes.
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oleheat16 months
I'm picking LSU. If Daniels continues his streak, he can give the Tide fits.
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texastigerr16 months
Alabama is going to force Daniels to be a pocket passer. Saban has two weeks to drill his defense to not chase Daniels but keep him in front of them and not break their containment. He does this against every QB that plays like Daniels. Recievers will have to get open, the offensive line will have to protect, and Daniels will have to be accurate. Everytime Bama plays a QB like Daniels they force them to be one dimensional. My guess is Vegas doesn't think Daniels can overcome that and Bama will pull away. I hope not.
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dennistracy16 months
Then that should open the running game. We will have to be patient and take what they give us. When they come up to take that away, then pass over them
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OilMan2516 months
This is actually inaccurate as QB’s who could run have historically faired better than pocket passers vs Bama. Cam, The blonde bimbo, Manziel all got W’s.
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1916 months
If JD gets scared to throw, it will be a loooong night.
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cajunmud16 months
-13 sounds about right. I still won't place a bet tho.
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Areddishfish16 months
It could very well go that way, but based on how LSU is trending and how Alabama has played this year, that seems kind of high.
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Areddishfish16 months
I'm thinking minus 10
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DVinBR16 months
we comin
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Vernonbrew2216 months
Outmanned more than likely but all games have to be won or lost on the field. Best of luck
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ccomeaux16 months
Vegas is smart but there are so many things an algorithm can't account for b/c of the random nature : turnovers, defensive points, blocked kicks, missed kicks. bad calls. crowd noise. etc.
Tigers could win a wild one Saturday night.
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BabyTac16 months
Putting my 401k on the Tigers before the government takes it.
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tigerbutt16 months
Last I read it was 12.5. Take the over on the 58 pts.
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DoubleDown16 months
As a Bama fan, I am not sure Bama is going to win by 12-13 pts. LSU seems to be playing better than first 1-2 games of the year and Bama's defense and secondary is shaky.
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1916 months
DoubleWide getting soff in his old age
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Goose16 months
Ehhh will probably play out similar to Tennessee game, unfortunately...
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Big Scrub TX16 months
Does anyone remember what it was last year?
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TKLSUMD16 months
Current odds for LSU to win the NCAA championship are 300 to 1. Seems high. I know they are a long shot but I still put $100 down for a chance to win 30k.
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Jabontik16 months
About right
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1916 months
Just run coeds up and down the sideline all night. Dey skeered of em.
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