Multiple reports say Trump will attend Alabama-LSU game

LSU week is finally here What to watch for as Alabama prepares

LSU week is finally here What to watch for as Alabama prepares

Alabama (50 percent) and LSU (39) meet on Saturday in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and the 538 projection model isn't as big on a two-SEC CFP bid - LSU's chances dropping to 21 percent with a loss and Alabama, 14 percent. CNN White House correspondent Kaitlan Collins confirmed the report: "President Trump is now expected to attend the Alabama-LSU game this Saturday, I'm told", she tweeted Monday afternoon.

This won't be Trump's first time checking out some SEC action up close and personal, however.

This would be the third sports event in the past two weeks the president will have attended. He attended Game 5 of the World Series between the Washington Nationals and the Houston Astros in Washington D.C. Trump also made an appearance at this weekend's UFC 244 on Saturday at New York's Madison Square Garden.

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Was it the 45 future National Football League players - including nine first-rounders - running around making big hits and game-saving plays?

It wasn't Trump's most recent trip to a college football game, though. Mercedes-Benz Stadium designed a secure suite for the president and his traveling party on the Alabama side of the field prior to the game. He left the stadium at halftime of a game that Alabama would go on to win 26-23 in overtime. And it seems that includes President Donald Trump.

The Secret Service had locked down all routes around the stadium, and tightly controlled all entrances, as is standard procedure for any president. Decked in every possible combination of red and black, houndstooth for the 'Bama fans and bulldog caricatures for the Georgia ones, fans dealt with the delays as best they could: some with blank looks, some with cheers, and some with streams of profanity. Now it appears the latest Game of the Century will get the official presidential stamp of approval Saturday.

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