Rivalry between colleges does not stop after graduation. This is true for the NFL as well. New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Camara and defenseman Tyranne Mathieu were on opposite sides last weekend.

Camara played for the Tennessee Volunteers and Mathieu was a Heisman finalist for the LSU Tigers. LSU found itself on the wrong end of a 40-13 loss to the Vols, who are now ranked 6th in the AP Poll.

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Matthew appears to have lost the bet and had to wear orange Tennessee at the Saints facility on Wednesday.

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Kamara is one of four former Tennessee players on the New Orleans roster; Mathieu and wide receiver Jarvis Landry are the only former Tigers.

Tennessee will host College GameDay on Saturday ahead of a major SEC showdown with No. 3 Alabama Crimson Tide in another rivalry game.

Kamara could take on running back Mark Ingram, who won the Heisman Trophy with the Tide. But Camara must be careful. The Vols have not beaten Crimson Tide since 2006, the year before Nick Saban arrived in Tuscaloosa.