Workers try to level a goal post after strong winds skewed it before an NCAA college football game between Tennessee and LSU on Saturday, Nov. 18, 2017, in Knoxville, Tenn. (AP Photo/Wade Payne)

Stormy weather and strong winds had a major impact on No. 21 LSU's game at Tennessee.

The goalpost on the south end zone started leaning to one side about 75 minutes before the game was scheduled to start.


It didn’t stay that way very long, though. Neyland Stadium workers gathered around the area and straightened it out after just a few minutes.

The weather got even worse shortly before the start of the third quarter as several light fixtures in the upper level blew out briefly as a swirling rain hit the stadium. The weather didn't cause a delay.