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Win, and you’re in. That’s the phrase every guy wearing white and purple will have in mind when they walk out of the tunnel in College Station on Saturday. It’s a task easier said than done, but if LSU can come away victorious over the next two weeks, Brian Kelly’s guys will enter the College Football Playoff in his first year at the helm. The name LSU Fighting Tigers has never been more appropriate than it has for this season. This season was supposed to be a rebuild, and now the Tigers will compete for an SEC championship after dropping the first game of the season against FSU. Much of LSU’s success can be attributed to one-time Texas A&M commit Harold Perkins, who has eaten up SEC offenses like a guy opening his fridge the day after Thanksgiving. Perkins didn’t win SEC defensive player of the week this past week (because I guess you can’t give it to the same kid every week), but his five tackles and pass deflections contributed to the Tigers’ blowout against UAB. Perkins and future first-round pick BJ Ojulari lead a defense that enters the final game of the season ranking toward the top of the conference in points allowed (20.0), total defense (338.5 yards per game), turnovers gained (16), and red zone defense (75.6%). What Matt House has done with LSU’s defense has been special to watch, and his unit should have no problem against the cult- sorry, school- they’re facing this weekend. The Aggies are a terrible offensive team. Texas A&M is converting third downs at a 30.40% rate, they can’t run or throw the football, and they turn the ball over more than you did when you tried playing Madden on Hall Of Fame difficulty for the first time. 

The Aggies also have one of the worst run defenses in the country. The question isn’t whether or not LSU will run over A&M like Caitlyn Jenner behind the wheel of a convertible after too many glasses of chardonnay; it’s who will be doing it. Will Brian Kelly rest Jayden Daniels after an explosive first half? Will LSU save Josh Williams in preparation for Georgia? Texas A&M’s only win since September was against U Mass last weekend. Statistically, U Mass is the worst FBS team in college football, and I think a group of LSU’s best intramural guys could play them competitively after drinking a few beers. How much did Texas A&M (an SEC team) beat them by? 17. My friend’s Dad walked in on his ex-wife cheating on him with another man inside the BMW he bought her. I think he’d still go on record to say that, that Jimbo Fisher is a bigger waste of money than that BMW. Vegas likes LSU -10, and the Tigers will cover that with no problem. LSU moneyline? Next question. Bet on the Tigers moneyline and get your free $150 from DraftKings!

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