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ESPN ranked the toughest 2014 SEC openers for this upcoming season, and they put LSU at No. 3. Here is the complete list.

1. Arkansas
Arkansas at Auburn, Aug. 30

2. Texas A&M
Texas A&M at South Carolina, Aug. 28

3. LSU
LSU vs. Wisconsin, in Houston, Aug. 30
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The Tigers will have to deal with Melvin Gordon, who’s back after rushing for 1,609 yards last season. The Badgers are always physical across the board, although they're replacing a good bit on defense next season.
4. Georgia
Clemson at Georgia, Aug. 30

5. South Carolina
Texas A&M at South Carolina, Aug. 28

6. Ole Miss
Boise State vs. Ole Miss, in Atlanta, Aug. 28

7. Tennessee
Utah State at Tennessee, Aug. 30

8. Alabama
Alabama vs. West Virginia, in Atlanta, Aug. 30

9. Auburn
Arkansas at Auburn, Aug. 30

10. Mississippi State
Southern Miss at Mississippi State, Aug. 30

11. Vanderbilt
Temple at Vanderbilt, Aug. 30

12. Florida
Idaho at Florida, Aug. 30

13. Missouri
South Dakota State at Missouri, Aug. 30

14. Kentucky
Tennessee-Martin at Kentucky, Aug. 30

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10 Comments
Calm down guys, they are just saying that Wisc has the third toughest challenge in beating LSU on opening day. If memory serves, the Tigers have won every opening day since they started going to a neutral Texas stadium roughly 5 years ago.

Wisc is a tough team and all but there is no way that they will beat LSU this year. It will be a great challenge to open the season with since the offense will mostly have freshmen and sophomores at the skill spots but a solid veteran OL. The defense should be able to put Wisc on lock down pretty consistently.
Reply93 months
You guys suck at comprehension
Reply94 months
Huh????

1. Arkansas
Arkansas at Auburn, Aug. 30

9. Auburn
Arkansas at Auburn, Aug. 30
Reply94 months
It means they have Texas A&M as having the 2nd toughest opening-day opponent (USC), and have USC as having the 5th toughest opening-day opponent (A&M).
Reply94 months
Ole Miss finally gets to play in Atlanta.... good for you, runts.
Reply94 months
The King - you cant be cuz im King Daddy.
That's their rank based on opponent.
Reply94 months
What's the explantion for how the same two games can be both the #1 and #9 and the #2 and #5 match ups respectively?
Reply94 months
Florida will get beat.
Reply94 months
ATL Aug 30th: Uncle Daddy...Uncle Daddy!!!!
Reply94 months
Good God, I would not want to be in Atlanta on August 30th.
Reply94 months
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