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Topic - Brandon Taylor
AJ McCarron tried it Nick Saban's way. He really did.
As huge and heavy as the trophy known as "The Boot" may be, Arkansas and LSU both have much bigger things to play for when their annual Thanksgiving week rivalry is renewed on Friday.
No. 3 Oklahoma made a case to reclaim that top ranking with a Red River Rivalry rout.
LSU starting strong safety Brandon Taylor injured his right leg in the first quarter of the Tigers' home game against Alabama on Saturday.
"He's become a whole lot better since that (first) game," LSU safety Brandon Taylor said. "He led his team to the national championship so he's doing the right thing."
"This is probably the biggest game for us because this determines whether we go to the SEC championship," LSU safety Brandon Taylor said. "The media hyped up the Alabama game a lot, but this is still a big game for us."