After all the talk, the LSU-Florida game is finally coming this weekend in Death Valley.

Of course, the talk surrounding the originally scheduled Oct. 8 game has gone through myriad of storylines ranging from the will they or won’t they play during the week Hurricane Matthew threatened to hit the Sunshine State to the weeklong argument over where and when the game would be rescheduled after it was postponed late on a Thursday night.

It didn’t take long for the narrative around the game to center on Florida’s alleged fear of playing LSU. The Gators take exception to this logic and when asked about it Tuesday, junior cornerback Jalen Tabor gave a classic response.

“Not really, I don’t think we are scared,” Tabor said. “I mean it says something about somebody, you go into somebody else’s neighborhood when you supposed to come to our neighborhood and fight. I don’t see how that’s scared at all.”

This game can’t get here soon enough, it should be phenomenal. Florida and LSU kickoff Saturday at 1 p.m. ET on the SEC Network.