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Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
LSU announced Tuesday that the Tigers 2018 season opener vs. Miami on Saturday, Sept. 1 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas will be a Sunday night game at 6:30 p.m. CT on ABC. Per LSUSports.net:
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The game, which will be played in AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, will mark the third-consecutive year ABC has aired a prime-time game on the Sunday of Labor Day weekend.

The 2018 opener for the Hurricanes and Tigers will mark the first regular season meeting between the two schools since 1988 and just the third overall meeting since 1969. The Tigers beat Miami in the 2005 Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl, the last meeting between the ACC and SEC schools. Overall, the schools have played 12 times, dating back to 1946, and the Tigers own a 9-3 advantage in those matchups.
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RRTiger77 months
Hope the O/L & D/L are figured out by then.
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texastigerr77 months
No kidding. And we will have lost 2 starting RB's and 2 to 3 linebackers mainly Devon White. Better get some really good JUCO's for the lines. Not just any JUCO's either.
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Gumbo177 months
Even if the NFL had a game on Sunday night (which it won't), I would not watch it. The NFL is has no backbone when standing up for The Flag and National Anthem. No more NFL for me unless the Saints make it to the Super Bowl. USAF!
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SirWinston77 months
Why do we keep playing difficult out of conference games in Tejas? That state has already hurt LA enough financially. Play a damn home and away instead of this crap.
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SirWinston77 months
Why do we keep playing difficult out of conference games in Tejas? That state has already hurt LA enough financially. Play a damn home and away instead of this crap.
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Lexman177 months
One word. Money! Both teams will be paid handsomely!
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Lexman177 months
Just read on Dandy Don that LSU will be paid $4.75 million to play this game. Hard to turn that down.
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SirWinston77 months
Why do we keep playing difficult out of conference games in Tejas? That state has already hurt LA enough financially. Play a damn home and away instead of this crap.
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SirWinston77 months
Shoot sorry for the triple comments, mates
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SamuelClemens77 months
I wonder if LSU could have got Richt
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Lexman177 months
Why would we want Richt? He's not exactly tearing it up at Miami.
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Old77 months
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Old77 months
Miami is currently ranked #20 on Jeff Sagarin's Poll this week.
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KennabraTiger77 months
We are going to fricking spank dat ass
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emanresu77 months
It might be a good thing that game is up against SNF.
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Kevin Faulkner77 months
You must be new to Football.
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Tigers4Lyfe77 months
NFL won't have started on Sunday night yet.
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