The Vols (3-2, 0-2 Southeastern Conference) kick off against their foes from the Western Division at Neyland Stadium in Knoxville on Saturday at 3:39 p.m. (TV: CBS).
The Tigers (6-0, 3-0) are second in the SEC in scoring both on offense (231) and on defense (75). They are fourth nationally in turnover margin.
Derek Dooley's record at Tennessee is 9-9 overall and 3-7 against the SEC. Les Miles ranks seventh nationally among winningest active FBS coach with a career record of 95-38. He is 68-17 at LSU with a 37-16 mark against conference foes.
Tiger offensive guard Will Blackwell was the league's player of the week for offensive linemen for his effort in the 41-11 home win over Florida in which 453 total yards were racked up. Florida was gashed for 238 yards on the ground after coming in allowing just 90 per game.
With the first Bowl Championship Series rankings set to come out on Sunday, LSU will be looking to convince coaches and Harris Poll voters that they deserve the top spot.
The Tigers haven't gone undefeated on the road since 2005.
Check out the video below to hear Tennessee offensive coordinator Jim Chaney go over the game plan.
Listen to offensive line coach Harry Hiestand as he addresses the media concerning the Vols offensive line and their struggles in the running game.
Watch as Tennessee quarterbacks coach Darin Hinshaw addresses the media for the first time since starting quarterback Tyler Bray (thumb) was injured in the Vols 20-14 loss to Georgia.