The ExperienceSeason-5 Week-12Game of the Week #23 Tennessee (Darkwing)LSU (Dwreck) Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, this week featured in The Experience we have a user matchup of 2 SEC greats going at it. This week we have Tennessee traveling to LSU in a battle hotly contested as oFNG v FNG. Both teams are at 5-4 on the season with Tennessee sitting a bit higher in the SEC after securing the better in-conference record (2-3 v 1-4). The below numbers are the user v user game records captured this season (season-5) for both LSU and Tennessee. While both teams have already played three of their scheduled user games this season, unfortunately Tennessee only played against two of the three users. In week-5, coach Randiesel and the Huskies were unable to make the matchup against Tennessee (noted below). LSU ==> week-2 LSU 16 Stanford 7 week-5 LSU 0 Georgia 31 week-8 LSU 24 Northwestern 17 Tennessee ==> week-3 Tennessee 37 Northwestern 13 week-5 (v CPU) Tennessee 23 Washington 6 week-7 Tennessee 13 Georgia 45 For this matchup, I went ahead and pulled what I thought was interesting data from both of these teams. This data should assist everyone in being able to make a decision on the favorite for this matchup. That's right, the purpose of this thread is for The Experiencemembers to place their bets on the favorite for this season-5 week-12 game of the week. Ok, now for the data. The first data set was pulled from the LSU and Tennessee rosters on all players with a 90 or above overall player rating. LSU ==> Tennessee ==> The second data set was pulled from the stats leader and filtered for both LSU and Tennessee. For consistency, offense was sorted via TDs while defense INTs. Rushing leaders ==> Receiving leaders ==> Passing leaders ==> Defensive leaders ==> Personally, I think this turns out to be a very close game. A game that comes down to the 4th quarter where the defense comes up big. The INT numbers for LSU are crazy and I have my eye on LSU ROLB Trevon Randle. After 12 weeks, Trevon Randle has some great numbers (INT, Sacks, Tackles for Loss, Tackles) and it would not surprise me if he brings home the game ball. My pick, Tennessee 35 and LSU 31.