Focus now on LSU for Crimson Tide 

October, 28, 2012
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TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- Believing only took No. 11 Mississippi State so far.

Faith got the Bulldogs knocking on the door. The No. 1-ranked Alabama Crimson Tide turned them away.

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AP Photo/Dave MartinLSU and Alabama go at it again this weekend in a high-stakes game.
The Bulldogs came to Tuscaloosa clanging cowbells, dancing on the sidelines and chanting "We Believe." They swore this year was different. They trusted in their perfect record and questioned whether Alabama's top billing was anything more than a result of media hype and poor competition.
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