On Saturday, #1 Louisiana State will face #2 Alabama in the biggest college football game of the year, a meeting of Southeast Conference powers and starkly conflicting philosophies about the universe.
We know where Louisiana Sen. David Vitter (R) stands. On the Senate floor Wednesday, he summed up the LSU game strategy, warning that "It really doesn't matter who LSU's opponent is, because as we say in Louisiana, the honey badger takes what he wants."
For those who don't get the honey-badger reference, watch below:
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