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LSU a homecoming game for some Tiders

When No. 1 Alabama takes the field at Tiger Stadium Saturday night, several Crimson Tide players will feel at home--in a sense--because they grew up in the state of Louisiana.

The last time Kenny Bell was in Death Valley at night was for an Alabama-LSU game when he was being recruited by both schools in 2008. A Louisiana native (Rayville, La.), Bell ultimately chose to play for the Crimson Tide because he wanted to go out-of-state for college and "meet new people and try new sights," he said this week. And he's done just that in his time at Alabama. This season, the...

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