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The Top 5 reasons why Les Miles and the LSU Tigers will beat Nick Saban and the Alabama Crimson Tide: 1. Tiger Stadium on Saturday Night...
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Another year where the degenerates who run this site attempt to pick games for the upcoming college football weekend. We would remind you that these picks are for entertainment purposes of course and should not be relied on for any illegal wagering, that said, our betting records are probably alot better than Danny Sheridan…just saying.
2012 Overall Record
Bunkie Perkins: 16-16...
Alabama coach Nick Saban says his top-ranked team rallied to beat LSU after heeding the example set by the elite Navy team that killed Osama bin Laden.
Walking that sometimes-debatable line between sports and war, Saban says he talked with his players before Saturday night's game about being ready when things went wrong. He cited the mission carried out in Pakistan by SEAL Team...
LSU coach Les Miles holds a place somewhere near the top of the college coaching ranks. Ironically, though, he doesn’t exactly have a reputation as a master tactician.
Whatever Miles’ shortcomings may be in the Xs-and-Os department, they haven’t stopped the Tigers from kicking ass when given extra time to prepare for an opponent. Since taking over at LSU, The Hat's teams...
Les Miles met with the media Wednesday evening to give the latest preview of LSU-Alabama.
Alabama coach Nick Saban says game manager is the ultimate compliment for a quarterback.
He says that's what the top-ranked Crimson Tide has in the nation's top-rated passer AJ McCarron. No. 5 LSU would love to get similar efficiency from strong-armed Zach Mettenberger in Saturday night's game.
Both are supported by punishing tailbacks and terrific defenses.
With LSU and Alabama set to face off for the third time in a year the Gameday crew rolled into Baton Rouge this morning. We'll see if it actually counts this time...
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Just when you think you've seen any possible WTF fashion faux-pas you can in the SEC, another one pops up that takes things up a notch further than you could ever think possible. LSU quarterback Zack Mettenberger sat down to talk to reporters sporting a pair of multi-colored striped shoes. Pretty gnarly looking multi-colored striped shoes. (And not in the good way.)
With the match-up between Alabama and LSU Saturday, Crimson Tide fans reportedly somehow got their hands on Tigers QB Zach Mettenberger's cell number.
Louisiana legend, former New Orleans Saints QB and New Orleans Sports Talk Radio host Bobby Hebert has what you could "Say" is a larger than life personality.
And that personality is not exactly endearing itself to those in charge at LSU.
You see, Mr. Hebert found himself being escorted from the press box Saturday night during the LSU/Alabama...
#1 Alabama vs #5 LSU
A rematch of last years championship game is what is expected for tonight’s battle in Death Valley. The Crimson Tide come in with everything working on all cylinders. The defense is at it’s usual self, giving up only 8.1 pts per game, which leads the nation. Their offense is much improved over last year as AJ McCarron is sneaking into the...
BATON ROUGE, LA No one could call this one boring.
That, of course, was the knock on the last two meetings between Alabama and LSU, the first being settled solely on the feet of the field goal kickers and the second, the BCS Championship Game, being another defensive slugfest that put many on the east coast asleep before halftime.
Not this one.
Unlike the other two, this year...
AJ McCarron was, to put it in a word, REALLY ineffective in the second half against LSU as the top-ranked team in the country was in a fight that a lot of people knew would happen eventually...
"Every Thursday, we go through a two-minute drill," McCarron said after. "We go against a pretty tough defense in practice, too. The confidence level was that we would go...