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LSU-Auburn: All our stories, predictions, keys to the game, the betting line, SEC ratings and more

LSU is all set for another game against Auburn — pound-for-pound, perhaps the wildest series LSU plays each season (do burning buildings, earthquakes and last-second field goals ring any bells?) — and of course, we’re here with everything to get you ready.

LSU, without Myles Brennan again, face an Auburn team that’s been less than impressive all year but almost always give LSU its best effort.

Here’s a rundown of our weekend coverage:

Brooks Kubena took a long, deep look at LSU’s latest emerging superstar. Terrace Marshall has only emerged from the shadows once cast by Ja’Marr Chase and Justin Jefferson, and he’s in the running to become the Tigers’ third Biletnikoff Award winner — all while reminding some of his late great-uncle, Joe Delaney. Here’s his story:

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The remarkable story of Terrace Marshall Jr.: How LSU's star receiver has emerged from the shadows

The alarm sounded and Terrace Marshall rose in the early morning, prepared to jog once again alone.

Columnist Scott Rabalais says this is the perfect time for another thrilling chapter in this amazing LSU-Auburn series. After all, if Las Vegas is right, this game will come down to the very end.

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Rabalais: The LSU-Auburn game comes at perfect moment for our crazy, troubled times

What have the last seven or eight months brought us? A quick check list:

Speaking of Las Vegas, our resident gambling aficionado, assistant sports editor Zach Ewing, has some thoughts on the LSU-Auburn line. Also: Zach is 3-1 on his best bets this year. (Remember, for entertainment purposes only.)

Inside the betting line: Thoughts on the LSU-Auburn game (LSU minus 2½, plus another bonus pick)

When this line was released Sunday, Auburn actually was a 1- or 2-point favorite. Bets quick…

Our four experts make their game predictions for LSU-Auburn. (Yes, there’s a good chance your record is better than theirs.)

LSU vs. Auburn: Who ya got? Advocate experts make their picks for Saturday's game

The Advocate’s LSU beat team predicts the outcome of the matchup with Auburn in Jordan-Hare …

Wilson Alexander gives you four easy-to-read keys to an LSU road win. (Hint: One of them involves keeping the pressure of freshman quarterback TJ Finley.)

How does LSU beat Auburn? Keys include eye discipline and a strong running game

LSU returns to the field Saturday at 2:30 p.m. against Auburn. These are staff writer Wilson Alexander’s keys to the game as LSU tries to reach a winning record for the first time this season.

As we (and you) have probably discussed, Auburn hasn’t played great football this season. Still, don’t count out a Gus Malzahn team. Here’s Wilson with a quick read on the opponent:

What to know about Auburn: It's been a down year, but LSU won't take this opponent lightly

During the 2019 season, Auburn was the only team capable of bottling LSU’s record-setting of…

Week 6 of the Southeastern Conference schedule brings Sheldon Mickles another opportunity to refresh his team-by-team SEC rankings. Where does he have LSU this week? And who are the top contenders (aside from the obvious)?

SEC Rankings Week 6: League reaches season's halfway point with two big SEC West clashes on tap

Week 5 of the Southeastern Conference schedule brings another juggling act that has just eight members of the 14-team league taking the field. Let’s take a look.

One other thing: Don’t just watch LSU; watch all the great college football games this weekend. Sheldon picks out Saturday’s five best games on TV

Five games to watch: Ohio State vs. Penn State, a clash of top-20 teams, heads up list of treats

The best five games to watch on this giant college football weekend:

So, hey: Take a good look through this stuff. Our crew works hard each week at all this. They’re among the best in the business.

Have a great weekend, everybody, and again: Thank you for reading.

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