The LSU Tigers can clinch the SEC West title Saturday with a win over Arkansas and an Ole Miss loss to Alabama.

On the other hand, Arkansas sits 5-4 overall and can clinch a bowl game berth with a win over rival LSU. The Tigers lead the all-time series record 42–23–2.

LSU is flying high after upsetting Alabama in Baton Rouge last Saturday and looks down the barrel toward a struggling Arkansas team.

Tim Tebow explained on SportsCenter early Saturday morning where LSU could be vulnerable against Arkansas.

“I think it’s underestimating Arkansas. Listen, their going to Arkansas. It’s a rivalry game. You look over the last 20 years, crazy things have happened in this game. It’s also going to be 35 degrees, but it’ll feel like 27. You’re coming off of a couple massive wins. You can’t have a hangover. You’ve got to come in with a lot of respect for Arkansas,” Tebow said on SportsCenter.

“KJ Jefferson — this is a kid that has so much experience. He’s a big-time quarterback running, throwing and making plays. This is an Arkansas team that knocked off a ranked Cincinnati and knocked off a ranked BYU. They’re still a really good team that’s not getting the respect that they deserve. So, LSU has to come in knowing Arkansas is going to give their best shot. They’re very well coached on offense and defense. They put together really good game plans. Barry Odom is known for someone who’s underrated but puts together some great game plans. So, LSU, especially Jayden Daniels, have to come in focussed. They can’t just sleep walk through this, because if so, it could be a big upset.”

The Tigers and Hogs kickoff at noon ET on ESPN.