- Chris Low, College Football
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Yes, we're making a change at the top this week.
Beating Alabama at home is a tall order. We understand that and are still not sold that it's going to happen on Nov. 5. But the fact remains that LSU has simply been too good and too dominant to ignore.
So until proven otherwise, we're going with LSU in the Allstate BCS National Championship Game. Of course, given what happened Saturday with Oklahoma and Wisconsin both losing, it's possible we could see an all-SEC affair in the national title game.
Maybe the big showdown in two weeks will be the first of two between Alabama and LSU. The rest of the college football world would love that.
Heading into the final weekend of October, here's how we see the SEC bowl lineup shaking out:
Allstate BCS National Championship Game, Jan. 9: LSU
Allstate Sugar Bowl, Jan. 3: Alabama
Capital One Bowl: Jan. 2: Arkansas
AT&T Cotton Bowl, Jan. 6: South Carolina
Outback Bowl, Jan. 2: Georgia
Gator Bowl, Jan. 2: Auburn
Chick-fil-A Bowl, Dec. 31: Florida
Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl, Dec. 30: Tennessee
AutoZone Liberty Bowl, Dec. 31: Mississippi State
BBVA Compass Bowl, Jan. 7: Vanderbilt
Yes, we're making a change at the top this week.Beating Alabama at home is a tall order. We understand that and are still not sold that it's going to happen on Nov.