Neal Brown’s version of the “Air Raid” takes on Les Miles and the LSU Tigers
Fans of LSU, Kentucky and the entire SEC will have a unique opportunity Saturday to have their questions answered live from two quarterback alums during Kentucky’s game at LSU on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. Eastern.
Fans can submit their questions for Lorenzen and Booty about the game or anything else to be answered live and on camera. What did our quarterbacks think of that big fourth down call? What is their favorite gameday tradition? And what do they remember from their playing days?
This live, interactive experience is available to anyone by visiting att.com/talkback during the Kentucky-LSU game Saturday.
Talk Back is a new weekly series giving football fans a chance to follow their favorite teams in a new way. Each Saturday during the college football season, two SEC players will watch their alma maters live while taking questions from fans all over the world live from the College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta.
Kentucky (+9.5) at LSU (7:30 ET, SEC Network)
Kentucky has stormed out of the gate with a 5–1 record and needs only one win to become bowl-eligible for the first time since 2010. It’s just a matter of time, right? Maybe not. Take a look at the Cats’ schedule: At this point, Kentucky will be an underdog in each of its final six games. The guess here is that UK finds a way to win at least one more game, but it’s far from a sure thing. LSU has a pep in its step after escaping Gainesville with a three-point win. This is still a team with significant issues — on both sides of the ball — but the emergence of Leonard Fournette in recent weeks has at least given Les Miles’ club an offensive identity.