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LSU week. Tua vs joe burrow

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BamaBo17
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LSU very confident in this game. Not sure why. They like their defense. Yet bamas defense is ranked higher than theirs in every category except for one. Interceptions. They have 14 on the year and we have 12. Something tells me we match that come Saturday. Burrow is awful under pressure. The bama defense isn’t getting a lot of love and I think they come into this game with a big chip on their shoulders. Look out burrow. Could be a long night. 


   
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I was in Louseyana all week on biz last week and caught some heat. I guess if D White doesn't play the first half, that's the only good player they have and they think they will lose. Unless Yaw Yaw is using that to jack up the rest of the team.


   
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Burrow is a gritty QB who is not fazed by whatever teams throw at him, but that being said, he is not good enough to pose much of a danger for the Alabama defense and the Tigers simply do not have the firepower at QB or running back to come close to matching the points that the Tide will invariably be able to score in Tiger Stadium...


   
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Exactly 😉 I think I will take my chances with a much healthier Tua  ? 


   
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If he meets Mr Wilson like Guarantano did, he'll be gun shy the rest of the way. Just gotta keep it clean and keep the head up, and hit in the middle of the chest.


   
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I agree completely. I think the center is gonna have his hands full with qdub too. 


   
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Yea I agree. To me he will have to have a game like Steven Garcia had. That said... we have a quarterback that can counter any blows. 


   
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I have been at practice all week and I can tell you this Alabama team is locked in. Dylan Moses has been very detailed and the offensive line may try an unbalanced look to provide max protection for Tua. Saivion Smith is the biggest piece of this game defensively. He has to stay in perfect phase, but the biggest coach in this game is Brent Key. OL must come with it.


   
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This could get really messy for LSU. Mack Wilson said in today's player interviews that Dylan Moses is cracking heads this weekend. He is the one that got away from the program and has been locked in all week during practice. 


   
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I look forward to a great game. I expect LSU to come playing inspired, especially since the game is in "Death Valley". I expect to see another funeral for the tigers. If all goes according to plan, ALABAMA puts up 50 points and allows no more than 20.

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