Auburn traveled to Death Valley in Week 2 and lost to the defending national champion Clemson Tigers 14-6.

When Gus Malzahn’s squad travels to another Death Valley at LSU on Saturday afternoon, it will try to emerge with a much better result.

On Sunday, Auburn QB Jarrett Stidham said he and his teammates are excited to see what LSU’s stadium is all about when they travel to try to pick up a fifth-straight victory:

“I’ve heard it’s a crazy place,” Stidham said with a smile. “This will be the second Death Valley I’ve played at. We’re looking forward to it. Any time you can go on a road trip like this in a big environment, it’s really exciting. I’m looking forward to it.”

Saturday afternoon’s game between the two Tigers — Auburn and LSU — kicks off at 2:30 p.m. Central time and can be seen on CBS.