Louisiana State University (LSU) visits the University of Georgia on Saturday for college football. Kickoff is at 3:30 p.m. EDT. Listen to the live radio broadcast HERE.
Both teams meet on Saturday with a 1-0 record in the SEC. LSU quarterback Zach Mettenberger's arm has helped LSU to a 4-0 record. Through four games, Mettenberger has completed 64.8 percent of his passes for 1,026 yards, 10 touchdowns and one interception.
Mettenberger is familiar with Georgia, according to ESPN. He had a scholarship with Georgia until Georgia coach Mark Richt was forced to dismiss him in 2010 for legal trouble stemming over his treatment of a woman at a bar. When he played at Sanford Stadium two years ago, then as a third-string signal caller for LSU, it was rough - he's expecting it to be the same way on Saturday.
"It was pretty bad two years ago getting heckled and I didn't even play so I can imagine it's just going to be that much better this time around," said Mettenberger, via ESPN. "I'm expecting the worst, but I've just got to go in there with a level head and play football. ... I'm looking forward to Sunday morning tremendously.
"... My life has ended up here at LSU and I couldn't be happier with it. I'm proud to call myself a Tiger. I'm just excited to go into another SEC opponent's stadium and go in there and get a win."
On the opposite sideline of Mettenberger will be Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray, who's helped his team past its tough opening schedule to a 2-1 record.
"Everybody says, 'Oh man, that must stink.' But I think it's fun. I think everybody on this team thinks it's fun," Murray said, via ESPN. "It's fun preparing for these big types of games. It's fun playing in them. It adds a lot more excitement to the week."