Joe Tunnel turned into a Louisiana legend by driving the LSU Tigers to a public title during the 2019 school football season.

On Sunday evening, he'll get back to Louisiana to confront the New Orleans Holy people.

At the point when gotten some information about the Cincinnati Bengals' Week 6 matchup, 

Tunnel concedes that he's eager to get back to the Superdome.

In any case, Tunnel said this Sunday's down against the Holy people is an "excursion for work."

In any case, Tunnel said this Sunday's down against the Holy people is an "excursion for work."

"It's a spot [where] a lot of good recollections were made," Tunnel said, means of ProFootballTalk. 

"However, it's a work excursion. We're going in to dominate a match. So I'm eager to return, eager to see every one of the fans who upheld me. In any case, they won't be supporting us this time."

Despite the fact that Tunnel said individuals won't root for him this time around, we'd envision there'll be a lot of LSU shirts in the group on Sunday.

The last time Tunnel was in the Superdome he had 463 passing yards and five scores in a victory prevail upon Clemson.