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LSU's complete 2022 schedule was announced Monday night by the league office.

The Tigers will open the 2022 season on Sunday, Sept. 4 vs. Florida State in New Orleans. Home games vs. Southern on Sept. 10, New Mexico on Sept. 24, and UAB on Nov. 19 round out the non-conference slate.

LSU will begin SEC play vs. Mississippi State on Sept. 17 in Tiger Stadium and will host Tennessee on Oct. 8, Ole Miss on Oct. 22, and Alabama on Nov. 5. The Tigers will travel to Auburn on Oct. 1, Florida on Oct. 15, Arkansas on Nov. 12, and Texas A&M on Nov. 26. LSU's bye week is Oct. 29.

LSU's 2022 Football Schedule:

Sept. 4: vs. Florida State (In New Orleans)
Sept. 10: vs. Southern
Sept. 17: vs. Mississippi State
Sept. 24: vs. New Mexico
Oct. 1: at Auburn
Oct. 8: vs. Tennessee
Oct. 15: at Florida
Oct. 22: vs. Ole Miss
Oct. 29: BYE
Nov. 5: vs. Alabama
Nov. 12: at Arkansas
Nov. 19: vs. UAB
Nov. 26: at Texas A&M

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That is a nice schedule - FSU better be quality again
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Sept. 10: vs. Southern What?
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The month of October will show us exactly what type of team we are in 2022. Crucial 4 game stretch.
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That's what most of us thought this year. Unfortunately, we found out much earlier.
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How upset are the SJWs in our fanbase gonna get when FSU starts the tomahawk?
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where is Texas and OU?
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I'd be willing to bet 100 that Sep 4 game aint happening in NO. If our storm streak continues, we'll be dealing with some devastation somewhere along Louisiana coast.
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Also if Latoya the Destroya and John waiting on a pandemic/disaster Edwards have anything to say about it.
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Hope Florida State continues their sick streak
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Suck****
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They will. Hope y'all win 70-0.
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Can barely make it through this season and already worried about next season?
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This seems to be one of our more favorable schedules since... in a long time.
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But what if the Steers and Queers along with the Sooners are able to bolt and ditch the Big 12? Will they just redo all this?
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Solid schedule with plenty of breaks b/w tough games. No single 3 game stretch to worry about
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Auburn, Tennessee, Florida looks to be the worst 3 game stretch. Tennessee is a dumpster fire but they will be a year further removed from the current fire.
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Didn’t know UAB still played football
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They won Conference USA IN ‘18 ‘19 and ‘20. Program was terminated in ‘14 and reinstated in ‘17. Probably one of the most upward programs these days. Guess you don’t follow much CFB.
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Are we ever gonna try and do auburn at the end of the season like how we were supposed to in 2020?
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No. However we did play Auburn at the end in 2001 because of 9/11. And won the west during that game.
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I hope we don’t start looking ahead to Florida State.
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Ohhhhh woah ohhhwoaaah ohhhhwoaaahhh we wont
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I hope FSU doesn't slip in a patsy game in week 0.
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