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Game Day is finally here...

No. 3 LSU will host No. 1 Alabama Saturday night in Tiger Stadium with kickoff set for 7:10 p.m. CT. The game will be televised on CBS.

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“I know the energy in the state of Louisiana and the energy in the stadium is going to be something that we haven't seen for a long time,” said head coach Ed Orgeron, who is now 22-7 as LSU’s head coach.

One of the premiere matchups of the game will be LSU’s elite secondary against Alabama’s top-ranked passing game. The Tigers lead the nation in interceptions (14) – led by five from sophomore safety Grant Delpit, the top figure by any individual player – and rank fourth in the country in defensive passing efficiency. Alabama, meanwhile, leads the nation in scoring with 54.1 points per game, and quarterback Tua Tagovailoa is a Heisman frontrunner, throwing for 25 touchdowns and no interceptions this season.

“They're very well-coached,” Orgeron said. “But, you know, we have some good DBs. We know we lead the country in interceptions. I think we match up well with them. It's going to be a battle, but I think we match up very well.” Read more.
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sorry but we could have 3 D. White players and Bama would still beat us.
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