Trump loudly cheered at Alabama football game

Tanya Simon
November 10, 2019

Trump's attendance at the matchup between the number one-ranked LSU Tigers and number two-ranked Alabama Crimson Tide was preceded by two recent athletic events in which he was overwhelmingly booed by attendees. The Tigers exceeded that total in the first half alone, with 33 points. DeVonta Smith is the team's leading receiver with 43 catches for 721 yards and nine touchdowns, while Najee Harris is the leading rusher with 642 yards and five scores.

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Alabama vs. LSU is always a huge game, but this year the stakes are even higher with both teams coming into the game with unblemished records. The two led LSU on another 75-yard march that was capped by a seven-yard touchdown run for Edwards-Helaire. He finished 31 of 39 for 393 yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions.

It's probably safe to assume Tua Tagovailoa was hoping the first half of Saturday's game would go a little better. What LSU did to Alabama at Bryant-Denny Stadium was historic.

Here comes the big question: Does Alabama have the necessary strength of schedule to make the College Football Playoff if it finishes the season at 11-1?

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Alabama went three-and-out on its ensuing possession, underscoring their wide-ranging failures on Saturday afternoon.

Tagovailoa doesn't have much to risk today but should he play really bad and has issues with his ankle, maybe it's enough to sway a team at the top to not take him and opt for Chase Young of Ohio State instead. He also scored two touchdowns, one rushing and one receiving, for the third consecutive game.

He's just showing everything in this game you want to see from a number one overall pick from making accurate throws to avoiding pressure, to picking up first downs with his legs and making great decisions with the football.

LSU indeed threatened to blow it open, but Burrow was sacked by Xavier McKinney and fumbled at the Alabama 45, which was recovered by the Tide's Terrell Lewis. Burrow kept for 18 yards on a 3rd-and-2 with two minutes remaining, setting up a 7-yard Edwards-Helaire run that seemingly put the game on ice with 1:37 remaining.

Alabama fans are starting to realize it. But whether their legacy together includes a championship could depend on the committee's choice next month.

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