BATON ROUGE – Bring on Ole Miss. But not Katy Perry. We don’t want a corn dog riot.The third-ranked Rebels, 7-0 overall and 4-0 in the Southeastern Conference after dismissing Tennessee, 34-3, Saturday night, will enter Tiger Stadium undefeated for the first time since 1963 when they were also No. 3 in the nation and 4-0-1 on the season.LSU, 6-2 and 2-2 after embarrassing Kentucky 41-3 Saturday night, no longer is smelling or playing like corn dogs – a long held belief by Ole Miss fans carried on by Perry during ESPN’s GameDay before Ole Miss’ monumental, 23-17 win over No. 1 Alabama on Oct. 4.LSU is not better than Ole Miss and will be underdogs, but it will be able to play with the Rebels and have a chance to win.The Tigers played their most complete game Saturday – or closest thing to that – and will likely be ranked after being out of the polls since Oct. 5 following a 41-7 loss to Auburn on Oct. 4. LSU looked well coached and well drilled throughout a game on offense, defense and special teams for the first time this season. The sideline even managed to work the clock successfully again for a field goal with seven seconds to go in the first half.“They were more prepared. They were better coached,” Kentucky coach Mark Stoops said.“I think what’s happening is this football team’s coming together,” LSU coach Les Miles said. “The time is kind of right for that. That was the best overall game we’ve had thus far from start to finish.”LSU is running the ball and playing defense with precision again. The Tigers piled up 303 yards on the ground on 51 carries against Kentucky and held the Wildcats to just 217 yards – less than half of the 448 they had been averaging. Kentucky could muster just 71 rushing yards on 27 carries, or 2.8 yards a carry.After disastrous defensive performances against Mississippi State and Auburn, the competition has decreased exponentially against the likes of Florida last week and Kentucky this week. Still, the defense is playing better. Defensive coordinator John Chavis has made adjustments and mixed things up – in a good way. He has made his unit better.Kendell Beckwith is entrenched at middle linebacker for the Tigers now. He made nine tackles. True freshman Jamal Adams is playing more and more at safety and quickly making a name for himself as junior Jalen Mills has moved to nickel in passing situations. Adams had eight tackles and the key block that freed Tre’Davious White on his 67-yard punt return in the first quarter for a 17-0 lead. Then he made the tackle on the ensuing kickoff. You will see more of him.Chavis played more people in various roles. True freshmen Deondre Clark and Sione Teuhema played situationally at defensive end and defensive tackle. Speed was all over the field.Finally, LSU looked scary again with obvious height, girth and speed advantages. LSU looked like LSU again as it dominated a clearly outclassed opponent.Now, if the stadium can just return.LSU fans might have chanted, “We want Ole Miss,” as the Kentucky game ended, but there were not enough people close enough together remaining in the place.Tiger Stadium, fastly becoming known as Dodger Stadium with about equal traffic issues outside, may actually be full until the end of an event next week against Ole Miss for the first time since George Strait crooned “Amarilo By Morning,” last May during the Bayou Country Super Fest.“I expect that this place will be rocking,” Miles said. From beginning to end?It will be worth it to stay next week, and maybe everyone can sing, “Oxford by Morning,” by night’s end.