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Big game today. The Bulldogs have taken over Bourbon Street this week in New Orleans. Can they do the same in Death Valley?
The No. 2 team in the land surely can. But what sort of degree of difficulty will the Tigers bring to bear today? Can they bounce back from that tough Florida loss?
If the Tigers are able to pull out the home win today, how do they do it? We’ve got a few things to consider here regarding that topic.
This Cover 4 question: Where does LSU have the edge on Georgia?
These takes are designed to come out even faster than Georgia and LSU fans can fire up those tailgates on Saturday morning.
Where does LSU have the edge on Georgia?
Brandon Adams: A pair of game changers in LB Devin White and S Grant Delpit
LSU’s defenders, led by ILB Devin White, are going to be tough to deal with today in Death Valley. (Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)
The why from Adams: You have to know where they are on every snap, and UGA needs to hope a couple of its own defensive stars can make as big an impact.
Chip Towers: Linebacker
Devin White is one of the top LB prospects for the 2019 NFL Draft. He’s clearly one of the best in the country. (Sam Greenwood/Getty Images)
The why from Towers Take: Devin White, who plays a linebacker/rover hybrid role for LSU, will be the best defensive player on the field for either team Saturday.
Mike Griffith: Line of scrimmage
Mike Griffith thinks the Tigers will be quite formidable up front. (Jonathan Bachman/Getty Images)
The why from On The Beat: LSU has been more physical in the trenches to this point than Georgia, has better wins (Miami, Auburn).
Jeff Sentell: The clear and not-so-clear intangibles
LSU and Georgia will be a huge game in the SEC tonight. The Cover 4 says that is always very tough to come out of Death Valley with a win tonight. (Sean Gardner/ Getty Images)
Why: LSU will be at home and it can’t take another SEC loss after last week in Florida plus the home team will have played in a few close games (Auburn, Florida, Miami) against an opponent with a comparable talent level.
The UGA football Cover 4 of late
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