Saturday will provide us the biggest matchup of the 2019 college football season so far when Joe Burrow and No. 2 LSU travel to Tuscaloosa to lock horns with Tua Tagovailoa, Nick Saban, and No. 3 Alabama. Given how potent these teams are on both sides of the ball, this game could turn into a Burrow-Tua shootout just as easily as it could a 14-7 slugfest like the Bama-LSU games of yesteryear. While these matchups rarely go according to plan, here's our best stab at what you can expect to see at Bryant-Denny.
4. Both Teams Run For 150+ Yards
Neither of these defenses are as elite as years past, and the ground games for both LSU and Alabama, led by Clyde Edwards-Helaire and Najee Harris, respectively, should feast as a result. Harris in particular, who is making a name for himself in the NFL scouting circle, could be in for a signature performance in this game.
3. Tua Tagovailoa Throws Four Touchdowns, But is Also Picked off Twice
Tua is a gunslinger who loves going deep down the field.