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LSU fans predict the Tigers' fate

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LSU

POSTED: Friday, November 29, 2013 - 7:30pm

UPDATED: Saturday, November 30, 2013 - 1:34pm

It's been a long season for the LSU Tigers with plenty of ups and downs.

Now, the tigers wrap up their regular season, and fans weigh-in on where the tigers will go post-season.

Some LSU Tiger fans said this season turned out as they predicted.

"I think they did outstanding considering we were so young," Dixye Brewer said.

"Pretty good, I mean, considering before this season, we thought they were going to go anywhere in between 10-2 and 8-4," James Roy said. "So, I think we did pretty good."

Even with some upsets along the way.

"The Ole Miss game, we were there, and it was a little drop of the ball, but I think that happens every once in a while," Roy continued.

The game where the Tigers lost to the Rebels by just a couple of points.

"The defensive line could have put more pressure on the quarterback," Jerry Dupont said.

"I think we'll pick it up. We played pretty excellent against Texas A&M. We kind of made up the difference," Roy said. "I think we got a good chance in any kind of bowl game. We're to play either a Big 10 school or a Big 12 school in the bowl game and kind of make up."

Even though the boys are not going to the National Championship this year, fans see them playing in Arlington or Orlando post season.

"I hoping between the Capital One and the Cotton Bowl, we should be alright. Those are still two really good bowls," Roy said.

"Probably Cotton. I think the Cotton Bowl," Dupont predicted.

However, in eyes of their fans, the Tigers will always be number one.

"The Tigers are awesome no matter what happens," Jennifer Young said. "Geaux Tigers!"

LSU will not learn their bowl fate until December 8th.

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