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For Immediate Release - August 17, 2020

LSU TO OPEN 2020 SEASON AGAINST MISSISSIPPI STATE IN TIGER STADIUM


BATON ROUGE – LSU will open the 2020 football season against Mississippi State on Saturday, Sept. 26 in Tiger Stadium, the Southeastern Conference announced this afternoon.

Kickoff time and television plans for the game will be announced at a later date.

The remainder of LSU’s 2020 football schedule will be announced along with the rest of the conference on the SEC Network at 6 p.m. today.


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they wanna see an offensive shootout. plus... Leach Pressers
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Hey mullet, let's GEAUX!!!
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Will Kevin Warren be there watching his son? He's got nothing else going on that day.
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If truly setting this up for safety of the athletes, hoping all games into late October [either home or away] are at night. Perhaps home games in Missouri, Kentucky, UT and perhaps Vandy can be played in the day time sooner in the fall.
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Coach Leach opens in death valley. That's a awesome thing. I love the pirate and his offense. Geaux Tigers!!!
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MSU fans have a lot to look forward too after this first arse whooping
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I "opted In" hope the tickets cometh...
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"New Digital Ticket Marketplace"
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vanderbilt will win that game
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Geaux!
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The Pirate cometh.
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It looks like the SEC office is letting its top teams start off with easy W's.
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But looks like we are the only Big Dog that got our first game at home other than Auburn.
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Same thought. The 7 top teams play the 7 bottom teams. Auburn and LSU face maybe the "best" opponents. I wondered how the SEC would manage the start. Didn't think they'd want the tops teams facing off week 1.
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Other than Tennessee/South Carolina, and maybe Kentucky/Auburn, the rest of the games are complete blow outs in week 1. Regardless, I'd be glad to have football back.
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Hereeeeeee we geauxxxxxxxxxx
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Geaux Tigers!
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It was supposed to be ole miss. But we get to welcome Coach Leach to the SEC!!
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