Sure, we will admit that
Louisiana-Lafayette is a better football team than it was in its last visit to
However, no matter how hard ULL fans try to compare, the Ragin' Cajuns are still NOWHERE near the level of the state's superior football program. Gov. Blanco can throw as many parties as she'd like at the Governor's Mansion, but it still isn't going to stop the fact that UL-Lafayette is going to leave Tiger Stadium a loser on Saturday.
The final tally might not be as bad as it has been in the past (93-0 in 1936) and the Ragin' Cajuns might actually score points, something that has not happened since a 31-7 loss in 1924. But don't expect this one to be close.
LSU Tigers 45,
ULL Ragin Cajuns 6