The eyes of the college football world will be on Baton Rouge on Saturday night, as No. 1 Alabama takes on No. 3 LSU.

The game will be a big one both for the SEC and College Football Playoff implications. Alabama is undefeated and largely untested, so LSU will have to bring its A game to the table on Saturday night.

On Saturday morning’s SportsCenter, SEC Network analyst Tim Tebow named three things the Tigers must do in order to pull off the upset:

“You have to find a way to get two turnovers this game to keep the crowd in it,” he said. “Second, you have to stop Alabama in the red zone. Finally, Joe Burrow has to get third downs with his legs, especially in the fourth quarter. I think that’s the key to beating Alabama.”

Considering Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa hasn’t thrown an interception yet this season, that won’t be easy.

However, if the Tigers are going to keep their Playoff hopes alive, they’ll need to find a way to keep the elite Alabama offense in check.