The existence of God isn't determined in the thoughts of man. God exist, no matter what man thinks.
"It cost a lot of money to look this cheap."-Dolly Parton.
"If you ever want to know how good your barbecue is start charging for it"-Myron Mixon
I still don't have much of a gut feel for this one. It will be on the biggest stage we've faced this year, the pressure will be intense, and like it or not we do still have a young team in a lot of areas. LSU will be the toughest defense we've faces, although they do have some holes in their secondary that can be exploited. The overall score will depend on the night of AJ. I don't think we will rush for more than 150 total yards on the night, so AJ will have to extend some drives, and clear the box so his runners can get some room. If AJ makes a few mistakes, then the game will be very close, if he comes out firing on all cylinders, then I think we will run away with it.
The only way LSU can beat us is if it is an ugly, slugfest type of game very similar to Nov. 5th of last year, but the only way it goes there is if we allow it to. As of now I think we win by 10-14 points, but that's about as close as I can get it right now. No matter how you slice it, it's going to be an awesome game, and a fun night.
ROLL TIDE ROLL
Got to go with 31 - 3
My basset hound, Henry. 10-14-1998 - 04-09-2012
Remembering Victor Ellis #9
I would rather burn an American flag to protect the Constitution than burn the Constitution to protect the American flag
If you guys are really inspired:
I usually stay away from other teams forums, but I was kind of curious to see what the Cajun's on TigerDroppings are saying about this game. The average person seems to think that LSU will win, and win convincingly. Plus they think AJ will throw a dozen picks, and Mettenberger will morph into Tom Brady at some point in the game. I look forward to seeing some posts after the game to see how different of a tune they are singing.
So we fix our eyes not on what is seen, but on what is unseen, since what is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal. - 2 Corinthians 4:18
To worship You, I live
To worship You, I live
I live to worship You. - Israel Houghton
The tigers have won 22 in a row at home and probably have, outside of our own, the best D in college football. Miles is 3-3 against Saban--that stat alone is pretty amazing. Like I said before last yr's game, I think that one team will slowly wear down under the other's defense and then lose the game. I predict we win a very competitive and close contest, 23-16. Look for a bunch of field goals again...
"Football is a hard game. These spread coaches forget that. Until good defenses remind them." Gene Stallings
Well, here is the game everyone is looking for. This game is still the biggest of the year even though it's lost some of its muster...
Yes, we haven't faced a defense like their but what offense have they faced like ours? Their offense hasn't faced anything like it's about to face. We faced offenses like theirs and shut them down and out. Special teams took a turn for the best this season so none of that missing field goal stuff. We are better at everything than they are and as rested as them as well. I look for total domination from the ones wearing Crimson! ROLL TIDE!!
Last edited by JBama_in_PCOLA; October 28th, 2012 at 09:46 PM.