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The second game of the doubleheader is a Death Valley showdown between two SEC Tigers who have both won BCS national championships recently.
The defending national champions, Auburn, visit Baton Rouge to take on LSU.
The game has had many great contests, including:
"The Night the Barn Burned Down": Near the end of a thrilling game between Auburn and LSU at Jordan-Hare Stadium, the old basketball arena behind Jordan-Hare Stadium, nicknamed "The Barn", burned to the ground. LSU won 19-15.
"The Interception Game": Auburn intercepted five LSU passes in the fourth quarter, returning three for touchdowns, to rally from a 23-9 deficit to win 30-26 in Auburn.
"Earthquake Game": In Baton Rouge, LSU scored late in the game to go up 7-6 on highly-ranked Auburn. The crowd went into a frenzy. The frenzy was so gigantic that it registered as a minor earthquake.
"One-Second Left Game": Down 24-23 to No. 17 Auburn late in the game, No. 4 LSU moved down the field. QB Matt Flynn threw a 22 yard touchdown pass in the corner of the end zone with just one second left. LSU won, 30-24, and they went on to win the BCS National Championship.
"Hurricane Game": No. 5 LSU and No. 13 Auburn met on the Plains in a game that had been scheduled around hurricane weather. The threat of a hurricane scared ESPN's College GameDay away. Auburn won, 10-9, and the orange and blue Tigers went 13-0.
This game could be another instant classic in Baton Rouge between two great teams. Auburn has to replace QB Cam Newton, DT Nick Fairley and 24 seniors. But Auburn might be even MORE talented than they were last year.
LSU is tough to beat at home, though, as Auburn has lost their past five in Baton Rouge.
This should be a very close game, but as of right now the slight edge goes to Louisiana State.