LSU wide receiver Terrace Marshall Jr. (6) celebrates with LSU tight end Stephen Sullivan (10) after scoring in the second half of the Tigers' 45-38 win over the Longhorns, Saturday, September 7, 2019, at Darrell K. Royal — Texas Memorial Stadium in Austin.

As president of the United States, Donald Trump can go to pretty much any sporting event he wants to take in. We’re delighted that he chose The Game of The Century, version 2.0 — the epic contest between the LSU Tigers and our chief foes, the Crimson Tide.

LSU and Alabama are two of the great goliaths of college football this year, both undefeated, both stocked with players bound for the NFL, both boasting Heisman candidates at quarterback.

But Alabama, which has won every Tiger showdown game since the original Game of the Century in 2011, is the betting favorite.

Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential win was one of the great upsets in American political history.

Today, our Tigers will show him an upset that’s even bigger.

Trump looking forward to LSU-Bama game, but says he's not taking sides between SEC rivals