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LSU announced Tuesday that games against Rice, played in Houston and Baton Rouge have been added to the 2020 and 2024 football schedule. Per LSUSports.net:
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LSU has added two football games with Rice in the coming years as the Tigers will face the Owls in NRG Stadium in 2020 followed by a return trip to Tiger Stadium in 2024, the schools announced on Tuesday.

The LSU-Rice game in 2020 will be played on Sept. 19, while the 2024 contest will take place on Sept. 7.

These two games are in addition to the 2018 contest between the teams in Baton Rouge that was announced in January.
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BayouBengal6195 months
Who knows? Rice could become a powerhouse in the next 8 years and take over the state of Texas
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Dingeaux95 months
i guess they are planning on all the houston tigers to go to that game at NRG. I have no interest spending money to go to houston to watch the Tigers play Rice.
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Catman8895 months
Does this mean we get a real OOC home game since we are going cream puff neutral site those years?
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WeeWee95 months
Unless Rice gets a surprise invite to the PAC-12 or Big12 this is about as exciting as watching grass grow.
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HoarseComeSunday95 months
Of all the TX schools.........yawn.
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tigerfan580395 months
We play UT the same year.
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More beer please95 months
Another god damn neutral site game in Texas
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Mr. Shankly95 months
What comes out of a Chinaman's arse?
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KennabraTiger95 months
Poo
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camplsu95 months
Who's ready for an 11am kickoff with Pam Ward on the call?
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KennabraTiger95 months
Lol yes
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KennabraTiger95 months
This is worse than a top football recruit tweeting his top 10 schools
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Mr.Perfect95 months
If this doesn't get you excited......
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Theboot3295 months
didn't know rice had a football team...
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GoldenAge95 months
why tf would we play rice at nrg?
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GEAUXLA1695 months
Good question... NRG is only slightly bigger than Rice Stadium. Only thing I can think of is that it's covered.
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LSUrme95 months
yeah, this sucks.
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mylsuhat95 months
was this supposed to be baseball?
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