LSU will play Miami in 2018 in Dallas, TX.
Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports announced on Wednesday that the Miami Hurricanes have been added to LSU football schedule for the 2018.

LSU will open the 2018 season at AT&T Stadium in the Cowboys Classic against Miami (Fla.). The LSU-Miami game is scheduled for Sept. 1 and it will be the first meeting between the teams since the 2005 Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl. It will be LSU’s third appearance in the Cowboy Classic as the Tigers played in the event in 2011 against Oregon and in 2013 against TCU.
News was also announced on Thursday that LSU has agreed to a home-and-home series with the Texas Longhorns for 2019 and 2020. Here is what LSU athletic director had to say about the two future match-ups:

“These are three very attractive games against two of the traditional powers in college football,” Alleva said. “These are the types of games that our fans want to see and they will be a huge benefit to our football program and our university.

“The Cowboys Classic is a great event and gives us an opportunity to showcase LSU football in the premier NFL venue in an area that is one of our biggest alumni bases outside Louisiana.”

“This is going to be a great two-game series for both programs,” Alleva said of the LSU-Texas matchup. “The national attention and the excitement that will come with a game of this magnitude that early in the season will be unmatched. We look forward to renewing a long-standing rivalry with Texas.”
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