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How strong can LSU finish the regular season? Tennessee next up | Tiger Pride Podcast

LSU’s 33-10 defeat of Arkansas this past Saturday marked its largest margin of victory since opening the season with 27-0 and 45-10 routs of BYU and Chattanooga, respectively.

Next up: another struggling SEC foe in Tennessee, fresh off a coaching change.

Can the Volunteers present much of a challenge? Or will the Tigers carry their momentum right through the trip to Knoxville and back home against Texas A&M?

Jerit Roser and Mark Clements break down the eventual rout of the Razorbacks — including Danny Etling’s 11-for-16 performance, D.J. Chark’s big day, Derrius Guice’s three touchdowns, the kicking issues and the top defensive performances — and preview the trip to Knoxville, Tenn.

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LSU’s blueprint to upsetting Alabama | Tiger Pride Podcast

No. 19 LSU visits No. 1 Alabama this weekend as the biggest underdog the Tigers have been in more than two decades.

And coach Nick Saban’s Crimson Tide squad is favored for plenty of reason.

But Jerit Roser and Mark Clements found some potential sources of optimism for LSU fans as they continued to dissect the matchup and break down all of those dynamics in the podcast below.

Listen to this week’s Tiger Pride Podcast to dive into the challenge that awaits the Tigers, as well as a blueprint to upending Alabama.

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Ranking the top five LSU vs. Alabama matchups of ‘Saban era’ | Tiger Pride Podcast

LSU enters its annually anticipated matchup against Alabama fresh off arguably its best game of the season thus far in a 40-24 victory at Ole Miss.

The Tigers’ three straight SEC wins have provided some renewed optimism — even as notable underdogs in Tuscaloosa, Ala.

And Jerit Roser and Mark Clements took the bye-week opportunity to rank the top five matchups between the rivals since former LSU coach Nick Saban took over the Crimson Tide in 2007.

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Did LSU solve its problems in comeback vs. Auburn? Can Ole Miss prove problematic? | Tiger Pride Podcast

The slew of positives of LSU’s historic comeback this past Saturday to upend and upset No. 10 Auburn have helped mask lingering concerns that may not have cost the team for the last time.

Jerit Roser and Mark Clements break down the good and the bad, the Players of the Game, and the outlook for both this weekend’s trip to Ole Miss and the remainder of the season.

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LSU ‘fight, scratch, claw like Tigers’ in comeback upset of No. 10 Auburn

Ed Orgeron and his players took a page from Les Miles’ playbook Saturday on an steamy afternoon on which the former coach and his 2007 national championship team were honored at halftime.

“Rumors of my demise have been greatly exaggerated,” Miles joked two years ago after a hospital trip he later attributed to over-caffeination.

The Tigers (5-2, 2-1) showed little signs of life for the first nearly 20 minutes Saturday en route to a 20-0 deficit to visiting No. 10 Auburn (5-2, 3-1).

But a team many critics all but left for dead rallied together and scored 27 of the contest’s final 30 points to clinch their biggest comeback against an SEC opponent since 1977 and a second straight conference victory, 27-23.

“Gut check,” Orgeron said. “Gut check. We realized that, No. 1, I had to coach better, our staff had to coach better, our players had to practice better, and we had to have some leadership on our football team. But we were gonna be resilient. We weren’t gonna give up. We were gonna block out the noise. We were gonna fix the things that were fixable, and we’ve continued to do that.”

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