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• NO. 3 ARKANSAS at NO. 1 LSU
What we've learned about the Razorbacks
This offense can give the Tigers fits. Tyler Wilson (365 yards and three TDs passing in last Saturday's 44--17 win over Mississippi State) faces a D that surrendered 463 passing yards to West Virginia.
What we've learned about the Tigers
Since edging Alabama three weeks ago, their hold on No. 1 has only gotten stronger. While the nation's other BCS hopefuls were either losing or struggling last week, LSU crushed Ole Miss 52--3.
What it will mean on Friday
Arkansas would create a three-way tie atop the SEC West—and immeasurable BCS chaos—by beating the Tigers for the third time in four years. But LSU is too good to get bitten by the upset bug that hit last week.
• NO. 2 ALABAMA at AUBURN
What we've learned about the Crimson Tide
Almost by default, 'Bama is on the doorstep of the BCS title game. The Tide hardly resembled a championship team however in a much-too-close 45--21 win over Georgia Southern of the FCS.