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LSU (3-1) returns to Tiger Stadium on Saturday night to host No. 22 Auburn (3-1) at 8 pm CT on ESPN.

The Tigers are currently a 3.5-favorite over Auburn and the over/under is set at 55.5, according to the Caesars Sportsbook. Per

For many Tigers, it will be their first taste of a full capacity Tiger Stadium for an SEC opponent, something that excites second-year players like defensive end Ali Gaye, who missed out on that last year.

“I’m excited for it,” Gaye said on the fans. “The fans bring a lot for us, a different kind of energy that boosts our morale on the field. I’m looking forward to seeing Tiger fans out there on Saturday night.”

LSU enters Saturday’s primetime matchup riding a three-game win streak, looking to build off the momentum created, both offensively and defensively, heading into the teeth of conference play.

Quarterback Max Johnson went 17-for-27 for 280 yards and four touchdowns against Mississippi State, and he seems to be finding his groove at the right time. The Tigers were able to generate some explosive plays, too, starting with an RPO deep shot to receiver Kayshon Boutte, who finished with four catches and two scores last week.
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LSU_Legz31 months
Man I wish I could be gonna be rockin. GEAUX TIGERS!!!
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cypresstiger31 months
Let’s go!
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