The Tigers will face off against the UAB Blazers in what it forecasted to be the coldest game in over 20 years. How do students feel about this?

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This Saturday, the Tigers will face off against the University of Alabama-Birmingham Blazers but in less than desirable conditions for fans.

Coming off another cold game in Fayetteville, the Tigers will travel back home for another cold game in Baton Rouge. The forecast predicts the temperature to drop to 46 degrees at kickoff time. 

There are mixed opinions on if the game is even worth going to. People think the easy matchup isn't worth standing in the cold for three hours.

"If I'm going to the game they're going to have to give me some free hot chocolate or something."

"It's going to be late, dark and cold in Tiger Stadium. I don't have enough warm clothes to wear so I will not be going."

While fans who are still excited for the game, are willing to tough it out to watch their team dominate an inferior opponent. 

"I still think the stadium is going to be jumping. I don't think it'll affect the fans that much it'll still be sold out."

"Being that it's LSU and the fans are die hard I think they'll still come out and support."

When told that this weekend would be the coldest kickoff in 20 years, students were surprised, and some even confused.

"I'm not going to lie that's crazy."

"I don't really know what the weather is like here in November, but this is a warm state."

"That makes me think maybe I do want to go because it's like a historic game for the weather.

Kickoff is at 8 p.m. for the Tigers final showing in Death Valley