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Sources are reporting that LSU and Syracuse are working on a possible home-and-home series that would begin in 2015. Per CBSSports.com,
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LSU and Syracuse are working on a home-and-home series to begin in 2015, according to sources.

The series would likely kick off in Death Valley, though it's uncertain whether the contract is done.

LSU was one of a handful of SEC schools that needed to finish its 2015 non-conference schedule before the league releases its comprehensive football slate in the coming months. Alabama and Mizzou are among others still finding extra games.
LSU will play Wisconsin in 2014 in Houston and in 2016 in Green Bay.

What non-conference opponent would you like to see LSU play in the future?
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Being from western NY, I love this idea!!

You guys bitching about this were probably bitching that we needed more BCS opponents, back when we were playing Idaho. Well duh, here it is...
Reply36 months
I want to see LSU vs Nebraska or Michigan in a 2 yr series.
Reply36 months
Agreed crazyLSUfan! What the helll?????
Reply37 months
Wish the tigers would start a series with texas...
Reply37 months
So the LSU home game will be in what Texas city? How about San Antonio or better yet, Permian Odessa mojo mfer

I am ok with Syracuse as long as we play the home game in Baton Rouge. My other choice for home and home would be UCLA
Reply37 months
Nice home and home with Wisky.. Stupid
Reply37 months
This is going sound arrogant as a LSU fan. But WTF does LSU benefit by playing at Syracuse? If it a step forward as far as out of conference? Yes but again @ Syracuse? Hell no!!!!! No offense to the orangemen but they are beneath LSU. They don't deserve a home and home. Especially in the carrier dome. I hope atleast they do this at the new meadowlands.
Reply37 months
Boise is my pic. Great vacation location
Reply37 months
Home and Home for LSU these days means, 1 game in New York and 1 game in Dallas
Reply37 months
If we play the game at a site in Toronto, then I'll go. I gotta hang out with that mayor!
Reply37 months
oh, and Texas, Oregon, Stanford...you get the picture.
Reply37 months
I can think of a whole lot of teams I'd rather play a true home and home with, namely Wisconsin! (along with Oklahoma, Michigan, USC, Ohio State, Nebraska, Florida State, etc, etc.)
Reply37 months
As long as we don't have to play up there after September (regardless of their dome stadium)and we don't lose any home games to a neutral field...I absolutely love this and would definitely be there!
Reply37 months
USC...time to get this done and over with. Been due for quite some time. Also Michigan as well. The pub would be amazing.
Reply37 months
Why in the F would LSU want to play @ Syracuse???
Reply37 months
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