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LSU linebacker Arden Key (49) howls with delight after breaking up a pass to Arkansas fullback Kendrick Jackson during the second half of the LSU-Arkansas game Saturday, Nov. 12, 2016, at Reynolds Razorback Stadium.

Advocate staff photo by TRAVIS SPRADLING

Scott Rabalais:

LSU 40, Arkansas 18

History repeats. The Tigers rebounded impressively last year from a double-digit loss to Alabama with a 38-10 win in Fayetteville and look to bounce back again. LSU’s running game is too much for the Hogs to handle, and Cole Kelley will find the Tigers’ pass rush hounding him all day.

Ross Dellenger:

LSU 37, Arkansas 21

The Tigers overcame any Bama hangover last season by thrashing Arkansas in Fayetteville 38-10, a win that helped then-interim coach Ed Orgeron secure the full-time gig. Don't expect much Bama hangover this year, not against a Razorbacks team limping through what might be coach Bret Bielema's final season with the Hogs.

Sheldon Mickles:

LSU 41, Arkansas 13

Just like last season, LSU will be hopping mad after another loss to Alabama. Arkansas and a porous defense that hovers near the bottom of the SEC stats against the run and pass and in points allowed will pay the price. The Tigers have no mercy on either side of the ball in taking a step toward a nice bowl game.

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