When undefeated No. 3 Alabama (6-0) heads to fellow undefeated No. 6 Tennessee (5-0), it’s going to bring an array of emotions for Henry To’o To’o.

The Alabama linebacker began his career as a member of the Vols. To’o To’o is excited for the primetime matchup and the opportunity to add another chapter to the storied rivalry.

During his media availability, To’o To’o downplayed his return to Neyland Stadium and instead focused on the challenge ahead.

“You know definitely super excited. You guys already know my journey and where I started, so definitely going to be a huge challenge. They’re a great team. It’s going to be a great environment. Super excited to be playing in another hostile environment and being able to test who we are as a team. You know, just another game on the road for us. Big rivalry game, tradition-wise. This tradition runs deep, so I’m super excited to be able to uphold that tradition and that legacy of Alabama football.”

The senior has tallied 16 solo tackles and a sack this season. Last season, To’o To’o racked up 111 total tackles, four sacks and a forced fumble.

Alabama edged visiting Texas A&M 24-20 last week, while Tennessee routed host LSU 40-13.

Alabama leads the all-time series 58-38-7, with 15 straight victories against Tennessee. Tennessee’s last victory in the series came in 2006.

Alabama-Tennessee is slated for a 3:30 p.m. ET kickoff on Saturday and will be televised on CBS.