It’s the date everyone has been looking forward to.
November 5 has been circled on every Alabama and LSU fan’s calendar from the beginning of the season, and the contest is finally almost here.
LSU will take on Alabama Saturday night from Death Valley at 8 p.m. ET.
The Tigers enter the game with a 3-0 record under interim head coach Ed Orgeron, and a win could give Coach O a permanent title in Baton Rouge.
Alabama, of course, travels to Tiger Stadium with a perfect record on the year and a No. 1 ranking.
The Crimson Tide topped the Tigers, 30-16, last season in Tuscaloosa, and running back Leonard Fournette was held to 31 yards on 19 carries.
The Tigers and their star back will look for revenge on Saturday.
— LSU Football Video (@LSUFBVideo) November 3, 2016