| FTBL Welp, Peter Burns (SEC Network/ESPN) is all in; deeply.

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Baton Rouge native, but didn't go to LSU. #Homer

He forgets they barely beat #Heisman candidate Bo Nix @ LSU. If it weren't for Mullen's and Malzahn's dumbassery...
 

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I'll believe it when I see it. Don't think it's gonna happen.
 

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As you all know, this is why they play the games instead of just taking a sportscaster's word on it. I'm quite sure his word has Bama quaking in it's cleats. NOT! LSU, is quite capable of beating Bama. With a little help of subpar performance by Bama, such as turnovers, penalties, and giving up big plays, they're more than capable. I trust CNS and Staff will have Bama up to the task.

ROLL TIDE!
 

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The fact that he completely ignored 2 LSU defenders leaving and the Delpit injury is enough to cast a shadow on anything he says. That and you can't basically say they runt eh same offense then pretend only one will benefit from their defense practicing against it.
 

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First big game away fromhome in crazy crowd....( don’t count Texas for obvious reasons)
.....shall see...us and POTUS
 

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Peter Burns doubles downs triple downs on his opinion pulling in Gary's opinion to help.

 

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I can’t disagree with anything he says frankly. Still may not be enough lol
 

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"I watched Tua practice yesterday, he's not 100%. I don't care what Alabama says...he doesn't have that spring in his step, it's not natural.
Gary stoking the animosity fans feel for him with "I don't care what Alabama says." Someone pick up the ball for me here. What's Bama said now?
 

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Gary stoking the animosity fans feel for him with "I don't care what Alabama says." Someone pick up the ball for me here. What's Bama said now?
He's injured, surgery went well and is game time decision... Saban has been very clear on this.
 

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He's injured, surgery went well and is game time decision... Saban has been very clear on this.
Rhetorical question there, Matt...but you reinforced the point. There's nothing Gary has said that isn't true. He's not 100%. However, the "I don't care what Alabama says." is a far cry from being an intellectual or honest note.

Changing the subject just a tad ...

I can't say I recall a game like this one when it comes to how it's being framed and forecasted with one lone exception: BCS against Notre Dame. There were a lot of things being thrown out there from the pundits leading into that game and I kept beating one drum: no one was talking about how poorly they tackled. Now so many point/ counter point things just ignored.



Now, with this game, we're back in the same boat. It's not even a coincidence. It's far past ironic. Chris Walsh summed it up nicely this morning:

> LSU is pushing every button it can, which after eight straight losses feels like desperation. Alabama has been very calm, dignified and Nick Saban has been in a great mood all week.

We've read this script before.
 

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@TerryP EXACTLY!

I've never felt as confident about this game as I am now. I believe our Defense is leagues ahead of them at this point. I think we are going to stomp a mudhole dry in them with running game & have at least 2 explosive plays in the passing offense that scores points all because they are trying to stop the run.
 

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Rhetorical question there, Matt...but you reinforced the point. There's nothing Gary has said that isn't true. He's not 100%. However, the "I don't care what Alabama says." is a far cry from being an intellectual or honest note.

Changing the subject just a tad ...

I can't say I recall a game like this one when it comes to how it's being framed and forecasted with one lone exception: BCS against Notre Dame. There were a lot of things being thrown out there from the pundits leading into that game and I kept beating one drum: no one was talking about how poorly they tackled.

Now, with this game, we're back in the same boat. It's not even a coincidence. It's far past ironic. Chris Walsh summed it up nicely this morning:

> LSU is pushing every button it can, which after eight straight losses feels like desperation. Alabama has been very calm, dignified and Nick Saban has been in a great mood all week.

We've read this script before.
I watch the game with the barn and I thought both teams tackle very well.
 

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Rhetorical question there, Matt...but you reinforced the point. There's nothing Gary has said that isn't true. He's not 100%. However, the "I don't care what Alabama says." is a far cry from being an intellectual or honest note.

Changing the subject just a tad ...

I can't say I recall a game like this one when it comes to how it's being framed and forecasted with one lone exception: BCS against Notre Dame. There were a lot of things being thrown out there from the pundits leading into that game and I kept beating one drum: no one was talking about how poorly they tackled.

Now, with this game, we're back in the same boat. It's not even a coincidence. It's far past ironic. Chris Walsh summed it up nicely this morning:

> LSU is pushing every button it can, which after eight straight losses feels like desperation. Alabama has been very calm, dignified and Nick Saban has been in a great mood all week.

We've read this script before.
What is being overlooked by everyone is Grant Delpit's high ankle sprain.

Delpit hurt his ankle vs Auburn. Orgeron has said every time that Delpit will be fine and ready to play. This week Delpit hasn't practiced hardly at all. He did some individual stuff yesterday, no team stuff. Super limited. Still, the talk from LSU is that Delpit will be full go.

If any school is full of crap on the injury front it's LSU in regards to Delpit.
 

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What is being overlooked by everyone is Grant Delpit's high ankle sprain.

Delpit hurt his ankle vs Auburn. Orgeron has said every time that Delpit will be fine and ready to play. This week Delpit hasn't practiced hardly at all. He did some individual stuff yesterday, no team stuff. Super limited. Still, the talk from LSU is that Delpit will be full go.

If any school is full of crap on the injury front it's LSU in regards to Delpit.
All I know is you can't trust what you hear from their coach.
 

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if Bama wins with Tua at QB, we may need to send Gary a thank you card with special regards for providing LSU with the figurative rat poison
 

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