LSU handedly beat Auburn 45-21 in Baton Rouge last season.

If any team is out for revenge, one would think it would be Gus Malzahn’s squad.

Last year’s victory, however, isn’t stopping LSU coaches from trying to get the Bayou Bengals into the revenge mindset. Reporters noticed signs with 41-7, the final score of Auburn’s 2014 win over LSU, taped up in the practice facility Monday afternoon.

Les Miles’ squad took quite a thumping on the Plains that year, as Auburn recorded 566 yards of offense, the most in series history.

The showdown between the two Tigers teams is set for 5 p.m. CT Saturday on ESPN.