Auburn football is now ranked in the top 10, and it’s ready to take the next step — starting the second half of the season and a three-game road stretch with a win this week at LSU, which has struggled this season.
The Tigers offense, led by Jarrett Stidham and Kerryon Johnson, is on fire. The defense has been one of the best in the country but had a tougher time against Ole Miss.
In this week’s edition of Sound Off, presented by Zaxby’s, SEC Country’s Justin Ferguson and Lauren Shute discuss whether Auburn will continue one streak and end another in Death Valley.
Sound Off: Will Auburn’s offense stay hot at LSU?
Here are some timestamps to guide you:
- Auburn is on its biggest offensive hot streak against SEC competition in school history with 40-plus points in three straight games. LSU offers a much stiffer challenge on the defensive side of the ball. Can that success last? (0:15)
- The Auburn defense didn’t do a poor job against Ole Miss, but it was clearly its sloppiest game of the season. LSU’s offense picked up some momentum in the Swamp last weekend. Can Auburn bounce back on defense? (3:42)
- Auburn hasn’t beaten LSU in Baton Rouge since 1999 — 18 years ago. This is the best chance the Tigers from east Alabama have had at knocking off the Louisiana Tigers in Death Valley in awhile. Will the streak come to an end? (6:05)
Check back to SEC Country all season for everything you need to know about Alabama football.
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