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Photos: LSU Is Going All-Out To Make South Carolina Feel At Home At Tiger Stadium, Raise SC State Flags

For one day, LSU's Tiger Stadium will be home to South Carolina's football program. 

The Gamecocks, who were originally supposed to play the Tigers in Columbia, had to move the game to Baton Rouge, La. because of the record-breaking flooding in South Carolina. 

LSU is doing everything it can to make today's game feel like a home game for Steve Spurrier's team. The Tigers have raised South Carolina state flags, will play some of the Gamecocks' fight songs and have "Welcome to Williams-Brice Stadium (Tiger Stadium Edition)" signs in the press box. 

">October 10, 2015

">@LSUsports. #Gamecockspic.twitter.com/1QKeeft5D5

— Gamecock Athletics (@GamecocksOnline)

LSU shifted their flags to raise South Carolina state flag & Block C. Very cool. Thank you @LSUsports. #Gamecockspic.twitter.com/1QKeeft5D5

— Gamecock Athletics (@GamecocksOnline) October 10, 2015

">October 10, 2015

Well done, LSU.

The Tigers and the Gamecocks are set to kick off at 3:30 p.m. E.T. on ESPN.