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:

“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?