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Bama has beat LSU seven games in a row, but likely faces the toughest Tiger’s they’ve seen since the Game of the Century. Alabama coach Nick Saban says Coach O’s offense is impressive.

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Bama/LSU kicks off at 7pm Saturday.

And less than 24 hours later Louisiana will turn on a Saints game against the 8 and 0 Rams. Saints Coach Sean Peyton says 32-year-old Rams head coach Sean McVay is a wunderkind.

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game starts at 325PM Sunday.

Bad news for the Saints defense, as rookie defensive end Marcus Davenport is estimated to be out for the next month with a toe injury. It’s particularly bad timing for the athletic marvel, as he’s coming off his best game of the season, having sacked Minnesota quarterback Kirk Cousins twice in the 30-20 road victory. The pass rusher has really come on in the mid-season stretch, nabbing sacks in three of the last five games. Reports say he’s in a boot, and will be reevaluated near the end of November.

And the Pelicans hopes of stopping a two game losing streak with a win over perpetual champs Golden State have taken a hit as superstar big man Anthony Davis is questionable for tonight, having missed the last two losses after dominating the first three games of the season, which were all wins. The Warriors are coming off of an incredible performance Monday where they scored 92 points in the first half alone, and watched Guard Clay Thompson break the 3 pointer in a game record with 14, a record previously held by his teammate Steph Curry. That game kicks off at 930 tonight.