With all the talk around this year's LSU vs. Alabama game, you'd think it was one of the biggest games in the history of this rivalry. Which it may very well be from the LSU perspective, with all of the lost potential this team is looking to make up for, and the future that Ed Orgeron is looking at. But from the Alabama side...are Tide fans really that fired up?

Maybe a good way to tell how much people care about the game would be the ticket prices. Which we can actually get a look at, thanks to the Louisiana Radio Network:

"If you’re still looking for a ticket to Saturday’s game, Seat Geek says the average resale price is 372-dollars.

Chris Leyden says so far 32-percent of the tickets purchased on their website are from Louisiana, and 11-percent of the sales have been in Alabama, which is similar to previous L-S-U-Bama contests.

The first college football rankings are out, Alabama is number one and LSU is 13 with a 5-and-2 record."

You can listen to the game in the Shreveport and Bossier area on 1130AM, The Tiger. Pre-game starts at 5pm, with kickoff at 7pm.