No. 1 LSU will have a tough task ahead of them Friday night in Tuscaloosa against No. 4 Alabama.
The Tigers (1-0) beat Georgia 197.825 to 193.600 in the season opener, while Alabama (0-1) fell to No. 2 Oklahoma 197.750 to 196.700.
LSU is 20-96-2 against Alabama and 3-25 on the road against the Crimson Tide.
In 2015, the Tigers did beat Alabama at home, ending the Tide's 49-meet win streak at home.
The competition begins at 7:35 p.m. and the top-five showdown will be televised live on the SEC Network.
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