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You would think that, with Louisiana State University's 7-1 overall record and 3-1 Southeastern Conference record, fans of the No. 6-ranked college football team would focus all their attention on the upcoming game against No. 1-ranked Alabama.
The BCS title game, a rematch of a Nov. 5 field goal fest that LSU won 9-6, was heavily influenced by Alabama's kicking game, and there was a lot of defense, just like the first meeting.
Jordan Jefferson remembers nearly every second of the last time he played in the Superdome.
It's the Mad Hatter versus Darth Saban. It's "Geaux Tigers!" versus "Roll Tide!" It's two storied college football powerhouses that wandered in the wilderness of mediocrity for far too long, according to their fans, before both teams were led back to prominence, oddly enough, by the same man.