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The last time LSU beat Alabama it was billed as The Game of the Century. Mens/Womens Air Jordan 12 Retro Basketball Shoes French Blue/White/Metallic Silver/Varsity Red 130690-113 .The date was Nov. 5, 2011. The site was Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa, Ala. LSU was ranked No. 1. Alabama was No. 2. It was a prime-time game on CBS. On the drama scale it was SEC football at its finest.So good, in fact, that the game went into overtime. Alabama failed to score on its first possession in overtime and LSUs Drew Alleman kicked a 25-yard field goal to give the Tigers a 9-6 win.Saturday night, exactly five years to the day, the two old rivals will meet once more, this time at Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge and again in prime time. Its not another Game of the Century. Alabama (8-0, 5-0 SEC) is No. 1 while LSU (5-2, 3-1) is No. 13 and has a new head coach in Ed Orgeron, who took over for the fired Les Miles on Sept. 25.But there wont be any shortage of drama as Tiger Stadium will be packed beyond its capacity of 102,321.Since losing to LSU five years ago, Alabama has beaten the Tigers five straight times. Specifically:Jan. 9, 2012: Despite the loss to LSU the previous November, Alabama played its way into a rematch in the BCS championship game, winning 21-0 in New Orleans.Nov. 3, 2012: In Baton Rouge, No. 5 LSU dominated the game statistically, but Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron led a last-minute drive that concluded with a 28-yard screen pass to T.J. Yeldon for a touchdown with 51 seconds left. No. 1 Alabama beat the Tigers 21-17 and went on to win the national championship.Nov. 9, 2013: In Tuscaloosa, No. 1 Alabama dominated the second half to beat No. 13 LSU 38-17.Nov. 8, 2014: In Baton Rouge, No. 5 Alabama trailed No. 16 LSU 13-10 with just 50 seconds left. But Blake Sims drove the Crimson Tide into position and Adam Griffith kicked a 27-yard field goal with three seconds left to send the game into overtime, where Alabama won 20-13. Alabama reached the first College Football Playoff, where it lost in the semifinals to Ohio State.Nov. 7, 2015: In Tuscaloosa No. 4 Alabama held LSU running back Leonard Fournette to only 31 yards rushing and the Crimson Tide dominated 30-16. Alabama would go on to win another national championship.Alabama will certainly be favored but youll note that the Crimson Tides last two trips to Baton Rouge have been dog fights. LSU has a chance to put a serious dent in Alabamas national championship hopes.This is one of the biggest games of the year, Alabama coach Nick Saban said. It always is.Saban, in his 10th season at Alabama, will be going for career victory 200.Here are some other SEC storylines to watch on the first Saturday in November: No. 11 Florida (6-1, 4-1) controls its destiny in the SEC East, but to capture the division the Gators are probably going to have to win a game or two against the SEC West. It starts Saturday when Florida goes to Arkansas (5-3, 1-3), which had last week off to recover from a 56-3 pounding the Hogs took at the hands of Auburn on Oct. 22.The key to this game will be how the Arkansas offense, led by quarterback Austin Allen (2,048 yards passing, 18 touchdowns) will fare against a Florida defense that is second nationally in points allowed (11.7 ppg).Florida hosts South Carolina next week before going to LSU on Nov. 19. Kentucky (5-3, 4-2) has a chance to make some history Saturday night when the Wildcats host a struggling team from Georgia (4-4, 2-4).Since an 0-2 start the Wildcats have won five of their last six games. A win over the Bulldogs would not only lock up a bowl game, it would guarantee Kentucky a winning conference record for the first time since 1977.Mark Stoops, in his fourth season at Kentucky, wants you to know that his Wildcats are not an overnight success.We are happy with the way weve been playing but where we are now has been in the works for several years, said Stoops. No team in the SEC has turned its season around better than No. 9 Auburn (6-2, 4-1). The Tigers started 1-2 but the two losses were to No. 2 Clemson and No. 4 Texas A&M.But since then Auburn has found its identity behind pile-driving running back Kamryn Pettway, who leads the SEC with 933 yards, and a defense that is only giving up 16.0 points per game.Auburn has won five straight games and on Tuesday appeared at No. 9 in the first College Football Playoff rankings.Coach Gus Malzahn said his team cannot be caught looking ahead with Vanderbilt (4-4, 1-3) coming to Jordan-Hare Stadium on Saturday. Vanderbilt features the No. 2 rusher in the SEC (Ralph Webb, 106.88 ypg), and a defense that has held five of its opponents to 125 yards rushing or less. Texas A&M (7-1, 4-1) was No. 4 in the first CFP rankings released on Tuesday. The Aggies, whose only loss was to No. 1 Alabama (33-14) on Oct. 22, have about 30 percent chance of winning their final four games and finishing 11-1, according ESPNs Football Power Index. That final run of games begins Saturday at struggling Mississippi State (3-5, 1-3) followed by Ole Miss (3-5), Texas-San Antonio (4-4), and LSU (5-2). The final three games are all in College Station.Texas A&M is not out of the SEC West race. If the Aggies win out and Alabama loses to both LSU and Auburn, Texas A&M would win the division by virtue of their 29-16 victory over Auburn on Sept. 17. After a 2-4 start Will Muschamp, South Carolinas first-year head coach, had to make a tough decision. He pulled the redshirt off of true freshman quarterback Jake Bentley for the seventh game of the season against UMass.The move has paid off as the Gamecocks have won two straight games, including last Saturdays 24-21 upset of No. 18 Tennessee in Columbia. Now, with four games left, the Gamecocks can realistically think about winning six games and going to a bowl.If South Carolina (4-4, 2-4) can win against Missouri (2-6, 0-4) at Williams-Brice Stadium on Saturday the Gamecocks should be headed to a bowl.Bentley, who skipped his entire senior season of high school to enroll at South Carolina, has completed 70 percent of his passes for four touchdowns and no interceptions in his first two games as the starting quarterback.South Carolina is one of the youngest teams in the country as 78 of its 115 players are freshmen and sophomores. Air Jordan 4 Retro Black . Jordan Lynch, the all-purpose Heisman Trophy finalist from Northern Illinois, failed to make it into that exclusive club. Jordan 8 Retro Aqua . The third-ranked Ivanovic, who won the event in 2008 and 10, served five aces and broke Wickmayer, also a former winner in 2009, five times. "The result looked easier than it really was," Ivanovic said. . 1 position. The Mustangs (6-0), who beat Queens 50-31 last weekend, earned 17 first-place votes and 287 points in voting by the Football Reporters of Canada. Western was last ranked first in the country in October 2011. RECIFE, Brazil -- Moments after Tahiti succumbed to its third rout in three matches, the fans in Brazil really started to cheer for the team that never stood a chance. The South Pacific islanders enjoyed overwhelming support throughout the Confederations Cup, but the adulation reached a climax Sunday following Tahitis 8-0 loss to Group B rival Uruguay. Thats when the substitutes walked onto the field at the Arena Pernambuco carrying Brazilian flags and unfurling a large green and white banner with "Obrigado Brasil" printed on it. In English, that means "Thank You Brazil." "Weve been really pleasantly surprised by the love shown to us by the Brazilian public. Theyve supported us to the end," Tahiti forward Steevy Chong Hue said. "And wed like to thank them from the bottom of our hearts." Tahiti, a team of mostly amateur players who won the Oceania Nations Cup to qualify for the World Cup warm-up tournament, has been the adopted team of the Brazilian public. The purveyors of the "Beautiful Game" have been won over by Tahitis attack-minded pluckiness against insurmountable odds in matches against Nigeria, Spain and Uruguay. In those three matches, Tahiti was outscored 24-1. "Weve been routed three times. Weve been defeated," Chong Hue said. "But what was important for us was to represent our country and our values." For Uruguay, the point of Sundays match was to win and reach the semifinals. They did that, getting four goals from Abel Hernandez and two from second-half substitute Luis Suarez. The World Cup semifinalists, who left strikers Diego Forlan and Edinson Cavani on the bench, will play Brazil in the semifinals on Wednesday in Belo Horizonte. "Fortunately for us, what had to happen, happened," Uruguay coach Oscar Tabarez said. Hernandez scored a first-half hat trick and added a penalty in the second half. Diego Perez and Nicolas Lodeiro also scored for the South American champions. Hernandezs first goal, a header which came 1 minute, 19 secconds into the match, is the fastest to be scored in the history of the World Cup warm-up tournament, according to FIFA. Pre Order Jordan Retro 12. But Tahiti goalkeeper Gilbert Meriel stopped the final score from getting worse by saving a penalty from Andres Scotti in the 50th minute. One minute later, Scotti was sent off with a second yellow card. Tahiti even managed to create a few chances, perhaps the best when Marama Vahirua, the teams only professional football player, shot at Uruguay goalkeeper Martin Silva in the 34th for an easy save. "My players really played with their souls, with all their hearts. This is what was important for us," Tahiti coach Eddie Etaeta said. "At the end of the game today, they made a point of thanking the Brazilian public ... This is what we will take back with us from Brazil." Earlier in the half, Tahiti defender Teheivarii Ludivion was given a yellow card in the eighth minute for bringing down Matias Aguirregaray, the first caution the team had received at the tournament. He was then sent off for a second yellow in the 59th. Chong Hue and Tahiti captain Nicolas Vallar also received yellow cards. "During the game you get carried away," Chong Hue said. "We shouldnt regret anything." Meriel, who dived to his left to stop Scottis penalty and then scrambled to control the loose ball, was the third different goalkeeper to start for Tahiti in the teams three matches at the competition. Xavier Samin played in the 6-1 loss to Nigeria in the opening match last Monday, and Mikael Roche was in goal for the 10-0 drubbing against Spain on Thursday. Those three losses, however, wont be as memorable for the Tahitians as just being in Brazil to take part in a major tournament against some of the worlds best players. "Its a real dream for us, because three, four, five years ago we would never have imagined being here playing with the best players in the world," Chong Hue said. "Its been a great pleasure to play these countries, these players." Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys ChinaCheap Jerseys From China Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic Wholesale Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys China NFL Cheap Jerseys ' ' '