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For Immediate Release - February 17, 2020

LSU ADDS HOME-AND-HOME WITH UTAH TO FUTURE FOOTBALL SCHEDULE


BATON ROUGE – LSU has added two more games with a Power 5 conference school to its future football schedule as the Tigers will face Utah in a home-and-home series in 2031 and 2032, the school’s announced on Monday.

LSU and Utah will play on Sept. 6, 2031 in Salt Lake City and the teams will meet the following year in Tiger Stadium on Sept. 11, 2032.

LSU and Utah, members of the Pac-12 Conference, have met only twice in football with the Tigers holding a 2-0 advantage in the series. It will be the first meeting between the teams since 1976 when LSU won, 35-7, in Tiger Stadium. LSU also posted a 35-10 win over the Utes in 1974.

With the addition of Utah to the future LSU football schedule, the Tigers are now scheduled to play at least one non-conference regular season game against a Power 5 conference team for the next 13 years.

The following is a look at LSU’s non-conference regular season games against Power 5 teams through the 2032 season

2020 Texas (Tiger Stadium)
2021 at UCLA (Pasadena Calif. – Rose Bowl)
2022 vs. Florida State (New Orleans – Mercedes-Benz Superdome)
2023 vs. Florida State (Orlando, Fla. – Camping World Stadium)
2024 UCLA (Tiger Stadium)
2025 at Clemson (Clemson, S.C. – Clemson Memorial Stadium)
2026 Clemson (Tiger Stadium)
2027 at Oklahoma (Norman, Okla. – Memorial Stadium)
2028 Oklahoma (Tiger Stadium)
2029 Arizona State (Tiger Stadium)
2030 at Arizona State (Tempe, Ariz. – Sun Devil Stadium)
2031 at Utah (Salt Lake City, Utah – Rice-Eccles Stadium)
2032 Utah (Tiger Stadium)
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Comments

26 Comments
Damn. I didn't know about all those great home and homes yet. Woodward?
Reply1 month
Y'all are some bitching SOBs. I think its a great add, and yea I wish it was sooner, but the 13 year schedule of blue bloods is pretty impressive! I'd like to see a college with this much cache in their 13 year outlook: Texas, UCLA, Florida State, Clemson, Oklahoma, Arizona State, Utah
Reply2 months
*Yawn*
Reply2 months
Can they please hurry up and release the 2042 schedule? How am I supposed to plan my retirement with all this uncertainty.
Reply2 months
The guys who will play in that game are in 2nd grade right now. The Utah boys could be older though since some of them spend two years spreading their cult before going to college.
Reply2 months
I would for one of these radio guys when they are interviewing Verge Ausberry to ask him why in the hell does LSU always travel first to the opponent in these Home and Home series.
Reply2 months
I'll be sure to tell my 7 year old that he can expect to see this game as an undergrad.
Reply2 months
2032 come on
Reply2 months
I'll either be dead or too old to care.
Reply2 months
Well, that's depressing.
2 months
drone beer deliveries in the stadium by then?
Reply2 months
They better stock their liquor stores. And for the record, Mormon beer is watered down, so might want to bring your own
Reply2 months
In 2031, I'll be 108
Reply2 months
How was it living through the Civil War?
2 months
Damn Lucious, you've had a good run
2 months
We need to be playing 2 games like this each year rather than 3 other games each season against the sisters of the poor.
Reply2 months
Every LSU fan needs to travel to the Rose Bowl in 2021. Place is awesome.
Reply2 months
Good, but, if my math is correct, my kindergartner could be a freshman when Utah visits BR. Wow
Reply2 months
Can't wait!
Reply2 months
I’m sure there will be some sort of conference altering changes by then.
Reply2 months
Don’t book airline reservations. Cars will fly in 2031. Booking games 11 yrs out-SMH.
Reply2 months
Good
Reply2 months
Big if true
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