If there's one absolute, for sure, no-questions-asked takeaway from Saturday's LSU win over archrival Alabama, it's that every seat in Tuscaloosa's Bryant - Denny Stadium was filled. And from looking at - and listening to - videos of the over 100,000 fans, President Donald Trump remains as popular than ever among the SEC faithful.

The capacity crowd of 101,821 cheered the President on his arrival and the deafening noise continued for some time as Trump, accompanied by First Lady Melania and a contingent of Louisiana and Alabama politicos, waved to the approving fans.

More detail from thehayride.com:

"Multiple videos of the ovation have surfaced, showing the response lasted for more than a full minute and confirming that President Trump’s overwhelming support in the deep south has been well-maintained.

(Congressman Mike) Johnson, who called the applause 'deafening', posted a screenshot after the game and joked that it 'must have been painful'for MSNBC to use the headline, 'WATCH: President Trump is introduced to thunderous cheers at Alabama vs. LSU football game Saturday'

President Trump enjoyed the exciting, high-scoring game between the nation’s top two teams which ended 46-41 LSU. The President thanked both teams afterward tweeting, 'Thank you to LSU and Alabama for a great game!'"