Myles Brennan won’t be playing, and Tiger Stadium won’t be at full capacity, but LSU is hoping that won’t take away from the experience as the Tigers do battle with South Carolina on Saturday evening in Baton Rogue.

Death Valley has long been known as one of the premier destinations in not just the SEC, but all of college football, and the program is doing all it can to drive that point home as the Gamecocks come to town. And the fact that it is their first night game of the season at home makes it even more special.

Recent history is on the side of the Tigers in this series, as well: They have beaten the Gamecocks the last 6 times the teams have played, including the last 4 meetings in Baton Rogue. It’s their first meeting since 2015, a 45-24 win for LSU.

On Thursday, LSU released its Week 5 hype video, ahead of its primetime game against the Gamecocks on Saturday at 7 pm ET on ESPN.