"It exploded," LSU linebacker Kelvin Sheppard said. "That's as loud as I've heard any stadium since my time here, basically ever in my life.
Quarterback Jarrett Lee struggled to hear and be heard, and though he had respectable numbers (23-of-38, 209 yards, two touchdowns), he struggled throughout, throwing two interceptions and taking two sacks.
"The environment at Auburn was great, but coming into The Swamp it was so much louder, the environment, the crowd being so close," Lee said. "It really affected the communication, and that's one thing quarterbacks really need to work on. I felt just fine. I had a lot of confidence. It was just a little louder than I expected."
Source: Louisiana newspaper http://www.nola.com/lsu/t-p/football/index.ssf?/base/sports-2/1223961841147170.xml&coll=1