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Slim Chance for LSU-Bama Rematch

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LSU kicker Drew Alleman's game-winning overtime field goal had barely passed through the goalposts in Bryant-Denny Stadium on Saturday night when somewhere, probably everywhere, in Alabama the magic word was spoken.

Rematch.

In truth, many had been thinking about a "Game of the Century, Part II" before Part I had even been played. LSU defensive end Sam Montgomery was asked about the possibility of a rematch immediately after the game and said he'd be all for it.

It was the type of question a boxer gets after winning a highly anticipated title fight. The fact that Montgomery did not equivocate in his answer speaks to the type of competitor he is.

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