Considering the magnitude of this weekend’s LSU-Alabama game and the rivalry’s recent history, it’s no surprise to see media personalities chiming in on the matchup.

Peter Burns, a studio anchor for the SEC Network, tweeted a bit of analysis Thursday afternoon. He looked at three specific areas that he considers advantages for the Crimson Tide.

But he didn’t fail to note the game is being played in Baton Rouge, which has had a significant effect on the series. Despite losing their last five against Alabama, the Tigers were undone by a last-minute touchdown and then in overtime the last two times the rivalry game was played in Tiger Stadium.

Shoddy attendance and early departing fans have caused the venue to lose some of its luster lately, but Burns believes the environment will be at maximum intensity Saturday night.

“Neck” is The Golden Band ¬†from Tigerland’s rendition of Cameo’s and Dem Franchise Boyz’s “Talkin Out Da Side of Ya Neck,” which the band has rarely played since fans began a vulgar chant to accompany the song. You can hear a clip of that below, but be aware the video contains explicit language.

No. 13 LSU (5-2, 3-1) hosts No. 1 Alabama (8-0, 5-0) at 8 p.m. ET on Saturday.