Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports
The No. 17 LSU Tigers will face No. 14 Notre Dame in the Citrus Bowl presented by Overton’s on New Year’s Day in Orlando, FL. Per LSUSports.net:
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LSU will be making its second consecutive trip, and fifth overall, to the Citrus Bowl, while Notre Dame will play in the bowl for the first time.

The Citrus Bowl will be nationally televised by ABC with a noon CT kickoff from Camping World Stadium (65,000). The game will also be streamed on WatchESPN, and will be broadcast on the LSU Sports Radio Network.
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I would like to get up about 49-3 in the first half so we can see if O takes his foot off the gas. I also hear we have some backup quarterbacks. It would be cool to see if they can play some ball.
Reply5 months
Michigan dodged the bullet again! Cat-like reflexes!!!!!
Reply5 months
Who is going to the game?
Reply5 months
I'll be there.
5 months
I have always enjoyed these two teams playing each other. Two storied programs that always bring exciting play! Geaux Tigers!
Reply5 months
Great match up and boost for program. Bowl game will help with recruiting.
Reply5 months
Any time you get to play a team with a national brand like ND, you get maximum exposure, which is great for recruiting. The noon kickoff time to a national audience is actually an advantage for recruits and their families to watch during lunch before everyone goes their separate ways. That said, whip that Notre Dame ass!
Reply5 months
I hate Notre Dame. Looking forward to Coach O blowing the Irish out, something Bozo the Hat couldn't do.
Reply5 months
41-14 Sugar Bowl in 2006?
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Member when Les and Jamarcus lit ND up in the dome? I member.
5 months
Amen to the revenge, both coordinators should be an improvement to the ones we had in 2014. Chavis had already checked out in that game, and Cameron was clueless.
Reply5 months
Looking forward to playing a good team in a good bowl game. Hopefully we get revenge against them.
Reply5 months
I'm pumped about this matchup!
Reply5 months
i hate 12 o'clock games for LSU
Reply5 months
We owe John Chavis for that Music City Bowl.........oh wait, we've paid him back a couple of times alreay.
Reply5 months
First and goal from the 2 and Fournette never touches the ball...we owe more than Chavis.
5 months
We owe them one for that Music City Bowl.
Reply5 months
The Tigers get to play a great opponent in a good setting. Excellent chance to win 10 and advance the program Geaux Tigers
Reply5 months
Well stated. Finish strong like last year and then recruit like hell and keep moving forward!
5 months
At the very least this should be a full stadium. Notre Dame travels well. I went to the Louisville game last year and the most of the upper deck was empty. Go tigers!
Reply5 months
Geaux*
5 months
Lots of bandwagon Irish fans.
5 months
The Upper Decks were fully empty! Only the halftime lil ole cheerleaders were seated upthere until halftime ... they were gone after their lil ole performance.
5 months
How boring.
Reply5 months
I'm not excited. This will be the 4th time in 20 years we've played them in a bowl.
5 months
Don't watch.
5 months
Yea who is forcing you to watch it. You can follow another team If watching better teams excites you more than watching LSU
5 months
We’re going to beat that arse son
Reply5 months
Yeah just like last time!
5 months
Just like Jamarcus to LaFell in the Sugarbowl
5 months
He had one catch but damn it was a good one
5 months
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