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ESPN College Football writers Mark Schlabach and Kyle Bonagura are both predicting LSU to play Texas in the Sugar Bowl in New Orleans on Jan. 1 in their latest Bowl Projections After Week 2.

Allstate Sugar Bowl
Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans
Jan. 1, 8:45 p.m., ESPN
Kyle Bonagura: LSU vs. Texas
Mark Schlabach: LSU vs. Texas

Here's what they have for the College Football Playoff and National Championship:

College Football Playoff Semifinal at the PlayStation Fiesta Bowl
State Farm Stadium, Glendale, Arizona
Dec. 28, 4 or 8 p.m., ESPN
Bonagura: Alabama vs. Oklahoma
Schlabach: Georgia vs. Oklahoma

College Football Playoff Semifinal at the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl
Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta
Dec. 28, 4 or 8 p.m., ESPN
Bonagura: Clemson vs. Ohio State
Schlabach: Clemson vs. Alabama

College Football Playoff National Championship
Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans
Jan. 13, 8 p.m., ESPN
Bonagura: Alabama vs. Clemson
Schlabach: Clemson vs. Georgia

CBS Sports is also projecting LSU to play Texas in the Sugar Bowl.
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Comments

30 Comments
How often has it ever happened where 2 major NON CONFERENCE teams play twice in same season, never
Reply10 days
Old system but FSU/UF did in 96.
10 days
Lol, they always do this. Really big game vs too teams early, they expect them to have a rematch at the end of the season. It almost never, if ever, happens.
Reply11 days
No.
Reply11 days
s2
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Entertainment Spots Piss Network
Reply11 days
I guess these assclowns have to write about something.
Reply11 days
Laughable......won’t happen unless they both end up in the playoffs.
Reply11 days
That’s insulting. While everyone else is talking about LSU may be the best team in the country, these knuckleheads have us rematching Texas? Gtfo
Reply11 days
frick THAT, Scott needs to put and end to that talk NOW@!! Will not let ESPN dictate where we feel we should play.
Reply11 days
No one wants this
Reply11 days
Dan Mullen is gonna put the screws to Georgia....wait for it
Reply11 days
When has the top 4 at this point in the season ever been the top 4 at the end of the season? has that ever happened?
Reply11 days
KCT
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This would be 3 games in 12 months. Nope. If LSU doesn't make the national playoff, then match us up against Joe B's old team Ohio State.
Reply11 days
Would rather play someone for the National Championship. Texas ain't gonna be in that conversation.
Reply11 days
I would love it, but for the fact that we are playing them in September 2020.
Reply11 days
Exactly. I don't see the interest from LSU fans for a rematch when we play them again next September. The Dome would be at least 75% burnt orange. I don't think we would travel well, even though it's right down the road.
11 days
Neither school nor conference will go for a Texas/LSU matchup outside of the Playoff. Won’t happen.
Reply11 days
It's no longer their choice. Both conferences have already agreed to send their highest ranked team (not in the Playoffs) to the Sugar Bowl.
11 days
Don't understand the hype on UGA every year. They were dnominated last year by us and Texas, and they haven't played nobody this year, and yet these analyst are projecting them into the playoff and beat Bama in SECC? LoL
Reply11 days
This is a joke.
Reply11 days
frick. that. shite.
Reply11 days
Nope nope nope 3 times in 2 years. That would suck
Reply11 days
Rematch???? tejas ain’t making the playoffs....
Reply11 days
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