It's not quite the Game of the Century of 2011, but this Alabama/LSU match-up does have SEC West implications and College Football Playoff implications. It's primetime. It's crunch time. It's the game the entire country will be keeping an eye on this Saturday.

When the betting lines opened for this game, Alabama started as a 7 point favorite, but now that number has dropped slightly to 6.5 (as of Monday afternoon).The last four match-ups between these two college football behemoths have gone in Alabama's favor (counting the 2012 BCS National Championship Game), so Les Miles and his squad are looking to stop this winning streak of Nick Saban and the Tide.

So how will the 2015 rendition of this colossal battle play out? We'll find out on Saturday night, but there's nothing stopping us from predicting the future right now.