We all know it's going to be bad.
Not only is LSU the No. 1 team in the nation, but Tennessee is wrecked by injury. Justin Hunter is out for the season, Tyler Bray is out for four to six weeks and even Tauren Poole is day-to-day with a hamstring injury.
I have front row seats to this bloodbath, and as a Tennessee fan, that makes me think that watching the game will be hard to enjoy. On the other hand, I have front row seats to a Tennessee game against an SEC opponent, so I need to figure out a way to have fun.
But how does one enjoy a game when you know that your team will be slaughtered?
After a lot of thought, I've come up with five things to do to prevent LSU from ruining my game day experience, and I'm here to recommend these precautionary measures to you. Here they are.