Crystal LoGiudice-USA TODAY Sports
ESPN released an updated early SEC TV schedule on Friday and LSU will play ULM at primetime on ESPNU. Per

LSU's first two games in an expanded Tiger Stadium will kickoff under the lights, as the Southeastern Conference announced the Tigers' Sept. 13 contest against Louisiana-Monroe will be televised by ESPNU starting at 6 p.m. CT.
LSU's home opener against Sam Houston St. will be broadcasted on the SEC Network with a 6:30 p.m. on Sept 6th.

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These same folks that bitch about playing these "cupcake" OOC games are the same folks that were bitching about having to play UF(when they were good) every year. I say line em' up! All ranked teams!
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Interesting comment about the LSU "cupcake" schedule just 2 days after the LSU/Wisconsin game kicked off the 2014 season. Some of you idiots want LSU to play nothing but ranked teams every week in non-conference play and then follow that up with the typical SEC schedule. Over the past few years LSU has played Oregon, WVU, Va. Tech, UNC, TCU, Wisconsin. Geez what do you want?
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All we have done is bitch about Alabama and it's weak arse schedule over the last few years....Our schedule sux !!! All theses added seats will look nice and shiny when there empty for the first two earth shattering home games. Any more cupcakes and we could start a reality tv show.
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So are you really saying it will be 100-0?
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