Joe Burrow has played in a lot of major college football stadiums. It’s kind of hard to avoid it when you commit to Ohio State and share a division with Michigan, Michigan State and Penn State. And now that he’s at LSU, the stadiums in the SEC are just as grand.

On Saturday, Burrow got to experience one of those stadiums, as LSU traveled to Jordan-Hare Stadium to battle Auburn. And, thanks to some clutch passes from Burrow, LSU escaped the Auburn with a huge win to improve to 3-0 on the year.

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After winning  a big game in front of an enormous crowd, Burrow was asked to compare the environment at Auburn to those in the B1G. Already, Burrow has taken the SEC stance.

“This one trumps Penn State,” Burrow told CBS after the win. “It was a lot louder, I could barely hear myself think out there, but I tried to stay calm and all of my guys helped me do that.”

Burrow is referring to Ohio State’s game against Penn State in 2016, a game in which the Nittany Lions won 24-21 in exciting fashion.

Beaver Stadium is often regarded as one of the loudest, most hostile environments in college football. And if Burrow was still at Ohio State, maybe he’d still believe it. But now that he’s traveled to the SEC, he’s already changed that state of mind.

It also helps that LSU won.