LSU and Alabama are in the midst of an intense rivalry.
The two schools are currently scheduled to meet in Birmingham for the 2017-2018 season, and the two teams are expected to meet again in 2019.
The rivalry will likely intensify as the rivalry heats.
The game will be played in 2018, but it’s still unknown when the two schools will meet again.
Here are some things to know about the rivalry:Alabama-LSI rivalry: Alabama and LSU have met three times in the last 10 years.
LSU won both of those meetings, the most recent being in 2017.
The Tigers have won nine of their last 11 games against the Crimson Tide.
Last season, LSU and the Crimson Bluff School were ranked No. 2 and No. 3 in the country.
In 2018, LSU was ranked No, 5 and No, 8 in the nation.
In 2018, Alabama-Georgia was one of two semifinal games in the SEC Championship Game.
The Crimson Tide defeated Alabama 49-43, and Georgia defeated LSU 52-0.
The SEC Championship was the first of two matchups between the two top teams in the division.
The Tigers have also been able to draw in-state rivalries, winning three of their past four meetings against Georgia.
The Bulldogs won two of those games in 2017, with the other two coming in 2018.
The teams also met in 2016 and 2017.
Georgia is the only other top-10 team to have played in the Cotton Bowl.
LSU beat the Bulldogs in a playoff game in 2019, with LSU coming away with a 42-40 win.
In 2019, the Tigers and the Bulldogs played in both the SEC Football Championship Game and the Cotton-Blue Game.
LSU and Georgia finished with a combined 17-6 overall record.
The series has been played once every five years since 1999.LSU and Alabama have played at least 10 games in 2019 and are the only two schools to do so.
In 2016, Alabama won the first meeting 51-31, and LSU won the rematch 50-45.