The Alabama and LSU football programs are known for strong defensive play, but the Tigers and Crimson Tide offense have set records to begin the 2019 season.

Through the first four weeks, together, they have made history. For the first time ever, the SEC has two offenses that have scored at least 200 points and led their teams to 4-0 starts.

With these two offenses off to terrific starts, the quarterback from each team has entered the Heisman Trophy conversation. Alabama signal caller Tua Tagovailoa was a popular Heisman pick before the season started, and he’s lived up to the hype, posting a 77.7 completion percentage with 1,300 yards and 17 touchdowns. He’s averaging 11.6 yards per pass and hasn’t thrown an interception.

Meanwhile, LSU quarterback Joe Burrow is experiencing a breakout season with 1,520 passing yards, 17 touchdowns and two interceptions through four games. He owns a 80.6 completion percentage and 12.3 yards per pass average.

When these two teams meet on Nov. 9, all the conversation may be about these two high-powered offenses, which will be quite a change from previous matchups in the rivalry.