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LSU announced Thursday the addition on three non-conference opponents for the 2018 season which includes Louisiana Tech, Southeastern Louisiana and Rice University.

The Tigers will open the 2018 season against non-conference opponent Miami (Fla.) in Dallas, TX.

2018 LSU Football – Non-Conference Schedule
Date - Opponent - Site


Sept. 1 vs. Miami (Fla.) in Arlington, Texas (AT&T Stadium)
Sept. 8 vs. Southeastern Louisiana in Baton Rouge, La. (Tiger Stadium)
Oct. 20 vs. Louisiana Tech in Baton Rouge, La. (Tiger Stadium)
Nov. 17 vs. Rice in Baton Rouge, La. (Tiger Stadium)
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Reply23 months
Miami in Texas and we get complete horse shite. Of course.
Reply23 months
3 shitty games for season ticket holders and the big game in another state. Thanks administration.
Reply23 months
i expect the U will be much improved by then.
Reply23 months
I remember some pretty lop-sided victories over Rice back in the day.
Reply23 months
Southeastern LOL
Reply23 months
I bet SELU wishes they can renegotiate based on those other payouts.
Reply23 months
Queue the Punctuation Police.
Reply23 months
"I remember some pretty lop-sided victories over Rice back in the day."

Yes, and I remember some Rice wins over LSU. Back in the days when Rice was in the old Southwest Conference with Texas and A&M and SMU and those schools, Rice did danged well for a school that had about 6,000 students back then.
Reply23 months
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