Five storylines: Ole Miss at LSU 

November, 15, 2012
BATON ROUGE, La. -- Saturday will be senior day for LSU when the No. 7 Tigers host Ole Miss. And while it’s hard to say goodbye, there are plenty of other storylines when the Tigers and Rebels mix it up:

1. Take a knee?: LSU has won eight of the last 10 meetings, including what was, for Ole Miss, an embarrassing 52-3 Tigers win last season in Oxford, Miss. The game got so out of hand, the Tigers took a knee four times starting at the Rebels’ 1 well before the game was over. Needless to say, Ole Miss will want to make up for that embarrassment. “We recognize that they’ve had this date circled on their calendar,” LSU coach Les Miles said.

2. BCS hopes: LSU can still play its way into a spot in a BCS bowl game, but the Tigers (8-2) must first win their remaining two games against the Rebels, then at Arkansas. The Tigers have outside shots at invitations to the Sugar or Rose Bowls and a more realistic shot at a Fiesta Bowl trip.

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