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There is a history with US presidents attending a regular-season "Game of the Century" between No. 1 and No. 2.

Orgeron was asked about the enormity of Saturday's game featuring top ranked LSU and second ranked Alabama.

Multiple reports suggest President Donald Trump is attending the highly anticipated meeting between #1 LSU and #2 Alabama.

The No. 1 Tigers and No. 2 Crimson Tide meet with massive SEC West and College Football Playoff implications.

Trump recently attended a World Series game in Washington, D.C. and a UFC event at Madison Square Garden in NY.

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Last week the president was loudly booed by the crowd at the World Series baseball, with chants of "lock him up" resonating around Nationals Park in Washington, DC.

Last week, he attended Game 5 of the World Series in Washington, D.C.; he then traveled to NY on Saturday to watch UFC 244 at Madison Square Garden.

President Trump has attended a few college football games during his presidency. After staying on the field for the National Anthem, he sat in a private box behind Alabama's sideline and left when Georgia was still ahead by 13-0.

The lesson in all of this: If you're attending Saturday's game, you should get there early.