Expect the unexpected this weekend when the No. 12 ranked LSU Tigers make their way into Jordan-Hare stadium to face off against the No. 7 ranked Auburn Tigers.
Both teams will get their first taste of Southeastern Conference play this Saturday as they try to pick up a pivotal Top-25 win early in the season.
The team’s last two games against Auburn have been memorable to say the least. In 2016 LSU miraculously scored a last second touchdown in the corner of the endzone to win the game, only to see it overturned in what would end up being former coach Les Miles last game on the sidelines for LSU.