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The No. 20 LSU Tigers (7-3, 4-2 SEC) travel to Knoxville this weekend to take on the Tennessee Volunteers (4-6, 0-6 SEC) in Neyland Stadium on Saturday Night.

Kickoff is set for 6:00 p.m. CT and will be televised on ESPN.

Calling the game will be Bob Wischusen (play-by-play), Brock Huard (analyst), and Allison Williams (sideline reporter).

LSU's all-time record against Tennessee is 9-20-3. The Tigers have won the last four game against the Volunteers and took home the SEC Title in 2001 and 2007 with wins over the Vols in Atlanta.
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This comment section is triggered AF. My God you folks sure do know how to whine.
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I'm thinking Guice will possibly have a self record breaking rushing yards night. But then again Tennessee having an interim coach could possibly light a spark in the Vol players? We all saw how Coach Orgeron did just that last season.
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I can’t wait to hear more Allison Williams and her Orgeron/Cookie Monster impersonations.
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More proof that white Christian males are the only target allowed these days. Sad!
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Turn down your tv and turn up your radio...
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Lol!!!
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That traditional lsu helmet looks nice
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Allison Williams did her Ed O impression while standing 3 feet away from him at the BYU game. O just smiled.
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Tv muted thanks
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I miss Ron Franklin and Mike Gottfried in this slot.
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These guys suck! Huard is ridiculous looking and doesn’t impress me as an announcer. I don’t have to worry though, as my friends and family will be making enough noise to drown them out anyway! Geaux Tigers!
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Love that Tiger spirit, mate :cheers:
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This is not an exaggeration: Wischusen and Huard are LITERALLY the worst commentators that ESPN throws out there every weekend. Some of the things they say and the comments they make are absolutely atrocious, especially after the Orgeron impressions during the BYU game. It's amazing they didn't somehow get caught in the ESPN purge earlier this year. My TV will most certainly be on mute, and I'll be turning up Chris Blair on the radio. What a joke. frick ESPN.
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False. Did you not see the NFL opening weekend double header crew of Beth Mowens, Rex Ryan, and the super electric Sergio Dipp?
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Mkibod1 I did, and much I'd prefer listening to Sergio Dipp tell me over and over again that Coach O is "having the tiem of his life!" throughout the broadcast rather than listen to Huard/Wischusen/Williams do their Coach O impressions.
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They did coach O impersonations one time. Guess it’s time to hate them for life. Only reason people still love Ron Franklin is that he’s not around anymore. Wischusen and Huard are perfectly fine. Quit your bitching.
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Huard looks like a douche Sounds like pompous ass
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Brock Huard? Maybe we'll get to hear some racist Orgeron impressions again!
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The douchebagery will be in full effect Saturday...
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The MUTE button will be my toss dive on Saturday
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Brock Huard is the bane of my existence
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Is Brock Huard going to do another Coach O impression for us?
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Is Brock Huard going to do another Coach O impression for us?
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Hopefully we’ll get some more sweet coach O impressions. Those are never not hilarious.
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Is Bob Wischusen the voice of the NY Jets?
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Yep
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