The Tigers beat the Tide in a physical battle on Saturday night.
LSU defeated Alabama 9-6 in overtime Saturday night in one of the most physical battles that college football has ever seen. Many celebrities and NFL scouts joined over 100,000 fans in Tuscaloosa to watch arguably the most-anticipated regular season game in history. After the matchup, reaction throughout the country was mixed.
With 10 weeks in the book, it's time to take a look at how teams project to the postseason. There's going to be a lot of changes over the next couple of weeks, especially as teams battle just to get to six wins.
No. 1 vs. No. 2. Let that sink in for a second. It’s not too often the top two teams in college football meet for a regular season game in November. But that’s exactly what will take place in Tuscaloosa on Saturday night.
Hopefully Stanford’s Andrew Luck can play against LSU or Alabama in a BCS bowl game.
Stanford’s Andrew Luck may be the best quarterback prospect since the forward pass was popularized. Or at least since Peyton Manning came out in 1998. Maybe since fellow Cardinal John Elway was drafted in 1983.
The Tigers and Tide will play for SEC and national supremacy on Saturday night.
There always seems to be controversy surrounding the BCS Championship Game, even though it tends to work out perfectly in most seasons. On the eve of another college football “Game of the Century”, media and fans are already talking about a possible rematch of Alabama and LSU.
Our editors take Texas A&M over Texas, even with Houston at 8-0
There were major questions facing most Lone Star teams — besides conference realignment — coming into the 2011 season. Could Texas rebound from a losing campaign? Could Texas A&M continue its late 2010 momentum while being distracted with an SEC move?