Auburn, Ala.—We’re not sure why, but strange things happen when Auburn and LSU meet on the football field. Just a few examples:
**–In 1988, nearing the end of a Titanic defensive struggle in Baton Rouge, Auburn was clinging to a 6-0 lead. But LSU quarterback Tommy Hodson finally put together a drive and threw an 11-yard touchdown pass to Eddie Fuller with less than two minutes remaining. The explosion of sound in Tiger Stadium was so great that it actually registered on the seismograph at the LSU Geoscience Complex. Hence, it has become known as “The Earthquake Game,” and will celebrate its 30th anniversary (How is that possible?) on Saturday.
The rest of this article is available to subscribers only – to become a subscriber click here.