BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) — Baton Rouge’s first responder agencies prepare for the big rival game, LSU versus University of Alabama.

Tickets are sold out for the big game on Saturday, November 5.

Public Information Officer for the East Baton Rouge EMS, Mike Chutz, said they’re anticipating a huge crowd. “Probably 20,000 to 30,000 that don’t even have tickets will still be out there.”

Chutz says with the large crowd, they expect more than 45 to 55 EMS calls outside the stadium alone.

“EMS is going to have units down there, the fire department is going to have personnel down there that are dedicated to this event,” said EBR Fire Department Public Information Officer Justin Hill.

A Southeastern Conference working group for event security is reviewing and updating policies intending to address post-game spectator incursion on competition fields and courts in the SEC.

SEC event security also considers strategies to support effective crowd management. It is to create a purpose of enhancing the safety and experience of fans, teams, staff, and officials, SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey announced Friday.

The No. 15 Tigers will kick off against the No. 6 Crimson Tide at 6 p.m. The game will air on ESPN and can be tracked via live game blog on the BRProud website.