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The SEC announced its full conference schedule for the 2021-2022 season which will start on December 29 for LSU when they play at Auburn. Per LSUSports.net:
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LSU, 11-6 in 2021 to finish third in the SEC, opens league play at the end of the December 2021 with a Dec. 29 game at Auburn. Over the last three seasons, no team has won more SEC games than the Tigers.

The Tigers of Coach Will Wade, who will be in his fifth year as the head coach in Baton Rouge, will face Kentucky on Jan. 4 for the SEC home opener. On Saturday, Jan. 8, the Tigers will play Tennessee at the Pete Maravich Assembly Center.

Kentucky and Tennessee will join the usual trio of Alabama, Arkansas and Texas A&M as the teams LSU will play both home-and-away during the upcoming season.

In addition to the first two games at home in league play against Kentucky and Tennessee, LSU’s other home dates are against Arkansas (Jan. 15), Texas A&M (Jan. 26), Ole Miss (Feb. 1), Mississippi State (Feb. 12), Georgia (Feb. 16), Missouri (Feb. 26) and Alabama (March 5). Read more.
Full schedule from LSU:

November
Tuesday 9 ULM
Friday 12 TEXAS STATE
Monday 15 LIBERTY
Thursday 18 MCNEESE STATE
Monday 22 BELMONT
Friday 26 vs. Penn State (Emerald Classic, Niceville, Florida)
Saturday 27 vs. Wake Forest/Oregon State (Emerald Classic, Niceville, Florida)

DECEMBER
Wed. 1 OHIO
Sat. 11 vs. Ga. Tech (Holiday Hoopsgiving, Atlanta, Georgia)
Tues. 14 NORTHWESTERN STATE
Sat. 18 vs. Louisiana Tech (Bossier City, Louisiana)
Wed. 22 LIPSCOMB
Wed. 29 at Auburn*

JANUARY
Tues. 4 KENTUCKY*
Sat. 8 TENNESSEE*
Wed. 12 at Florida*
Sat. 15 ARKANSAS*
Wed. 19 at Alabama*
Sat. 22 at Tennessee*
Wed. 26 TEXAS A&M*
Sat. 29 at TCU (SEC/Big 12 Challenge)

FEBRUARY
Tues. 1 OLE MISS*
Sat. 5 at Vanderbilt*
Tues. 8 at Texas A&M*
Sat. 12 MISSISSIPPI STATE*
Wed. 16 GEORGIA*
Sat. 19 at South Carolina*
Wed. 23 at Kentucky*
Sat. 26 MISSOURI*

MARCH
Wed. 2 At Arkansas*
Sat. 5 ALABAMA*
March 9-13 SEC Tournament (Tampa, Florida)

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That's a tough start to SEC play
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The eff over LSU in football and now basketball
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