ESPN's Mike Greenberg explains why LSU has 'almost no chance' against Alabama
The Alabama Crimson Tide and LSU Tigers will square off in Tuscaloosa on Saturday afternoon with the top spot in the SEC West (and a whole lot more) on the line.
LSU is the higher-ranked team, but do the Tigers have a chance to pull off a victory in Bryant-Denny Stadium?
On Thursday morning’s edition of “Get Up” on ESPN, host Mike Greenberg said that, historically, LSU doesn’t have much of a chance:
— Get Up (@GetUpESPN) November 7, 2019
“History says you have almost no chance,” he says to LSU fans. “‘At Alabama’ have been the two scariest words in the college football language for over a decade. Nick Saban’s team loses in that building so infrequently, you can actually remember all of the games. There was the Johnny Manziel game, the Cam Newton comeback game, the 9-6 game and then one time that Ole Miss beat them. That is it. Four defeats in 11 years. Alabama is 78-4 at home since 2008. Right now, they have the longest-ever home winning streak in the SEC. There is not one single player on Alabama’s roster that has ever lost at Bryant-Denny Stadium.”
Interesting comments from Greeny. What do you think of LSU’s chances?