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LSU (2-2) travels to Auburn (3-2) this weekend to face the Tigers in Jordan-Hare Stadium. Kickoff is set for 2:30 p.m. CT on CBS.

Calling Saturday's game will be Brad Nessler (Play-by-Play) and Gary Danielson (Analyst) with Jamie Erdahl reporting from the sidelines.

LSU's overall record against Auburn is 31-22-1, with LSU winning the last year's game at Tiger Stadium, 23-20.

Auburn opened up as a slight 1-point favorite on Sunday but the line has shifted to LSU -3. The over/under is set 65.5. Per

LSU will look to build on its 52-24 win last Saturday against South Carolina, who knocked off Auburn 30-22 earlier this season. Orgeron said Thursday that freshman quarterback TJ Finley will likely start, after he completed 17-of-21 passes for 265 yards and three total touchdowns against the Gamecocks. Starter Myles Brennan is still recovering from an injury suffered at Missouri on Oct. 10 and will likely be unavailable, but the team is confident in Finley's abilities, especially after his stellar debut.

"I love his effort," Orgeron said. "TJ came alive, man. It was his night. He'd been confident all week. He's been confident since he came here. Not cocky, but confident. We love that about him."
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