It's the Game of the Century, Part.... Well, I've lost count. Maybe eight, nine? Whatever the count is, we all know that this Saturday is Alabama and LSU. A night game down in Baton Rouge featuring two of the elite programs in today's college football landscape. It doesn't get much better than this.

The Tigers come into this game as the #14 team in the land (according to the Coaches Poll), and although they didn't look like world beaters to start the season, they seem to have found some life after the firing of former head coach Les Miles during the middle of the season.

Filling in those shoes in the interim is Ed Orgeron, former Ole Miss head coach and former USC interim head coach. Since taking the interim role, Coach O has helped lead a Tigers scoring offense to the tune of 41.7 point/game, and within that offensive explosion they have scored 13 rushing touchdowns in those three games. If there is a formula for winning football games, one place to start is simply outscoring your opponent, and the Tigers have done that well since losing to the Auburn Tigers on September 24.

On Tuesday, Aaron Suttles opened his show, The Suttles Approach, previewing the big game on Saturday. He thinks that while LSU is good and has gotten much better over the course of the season, they still aren't a match for the Alabama Crimson Tide.

You can hear his thoughts on the matter below, and remember to catch The Suttles Approach each weekday from 12-2 PM.