President Trump enjoys raucous welcome at LSU-Alabama
I think it’s safe to state that the POTUS is (still) extremely popular in the Yellowhammer State.
As you may have heard, No. 2 LSU traveled to Tuscaloosa Saturday afternoon to face No. 3 Alabama in the latest playing of the Game of the Century. As you may also have heard — and how could you haven’t given the polarizing noise surrounding the run-up to it — President Donald Trump will be in attendance for a matchup dripping with SEC and College Football Playoff implications.
Ahead of the game, several prop bets related to the President’s trip to Bryant-Denny Stadium were available for your wagering pleasure. One of those was “Will President Trump be booed if shown on video boards?”
“Yes” came in at 2/3 (bet $100, win $67), “no” came in at 11/10 (bet $100, win $110). If you went with the latter, and even as it was a slightly different scene outside of the stadium, collect your winnings -- based on this extended video, at least.
For those unaware, the POTUS was about all the home faithful had to cheers as LSU has jumped out to a 33-13 lead after two quarters, the largest halftime deficit Alabama has faced since Nick Saban took over in 2007.