On Saturday, the Florida Gators narrowly defeated the LSU Tigers by a score of 16-10.

The victory clinched the SEC East Division title for Florida — whom will now take on Alabama in the conference championship game.

This contest had plenty of emotion and energy. Prior to the game even starting, the two teams got into it on the field — with LSU running back Leonard Fournette shoving a Florida assistant coach. Suffice it to say, but neither team appears to like each other very much.

Florida defensive back Jalen Tabor took to social media and tweeted this video out from the Gators’ locker room:

The song referenced in the video is played during every single LSU home game. It acts as a battle cry of sorts for those ardently proud to be Louisiana natives.

One has to figure that when Florida makes a return trip to Baton Rouge, the fans in Death Valley won’t be too welcoming.