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LSU's complete schedule for the 2021 College Football season was released by the league office on Wednesday.

The Tigers will open up the season vs. UCLA in the Rose Bowl on Sept. 4, followed by non-conference games in Tiger Stadium vs. McNeese State (Sept. 4) and Central Michigan (Sept. 18).

LSU's begins SEC play on the road at Mississippi State on Sept. 25. Here's the full schedule:

Sept. 4 at UCLA
Sept. 11 vs. McNeese State
Sept. 18 vs. Central Michigan
Sept. 25 at Mississippi State
Oct. 2 vs. Auburn
Oct. 9 at Kentucky
Oct. 16 vs. Florida
Oct. 23 at Ole Miss
Oct. 30 BYE
Nov. 6 at Alabama
Nov. 13 vs. Arkansas
Nov. 20 vs. UL Monroe
Nov. 27 vs. Texas A&M

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Forget Alabama. Here's the most important game of the year: Game #1, Sept. 4 at UCLA
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Don’t kid yourselves, an SEC West schedule is never “easy”
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Assuming a newly elected president takes his own dick out of his own mouth and loosens travel restrictions so I can watch my tigers in Los Angeles over Labor Day this year
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Maybe if the outgoing RETARD focused more on combating the virus instead of combating Americans against one another, it wouldn't have come to this!
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Mouche - You’re so right! If only Pres Trump wld have locked himself away in an underground Alzheimer Ward for a few months like ur illustrious ‘Coward in Chief’ did during the height of the Pandemic then I have no doubt the whole ‘ChinaFlu’ virus would be a distant memory!!
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Watch out for ULM.
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Cupcake schedule
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Interesting mix of teams
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Coach Orgeron knows better than to fall into the Miles versus Bama, post-2011 trend. LSU has pocket and mobile quarterbacks, now. LSU can whip everyone on that schedule. Sure, LSU versus Bama will be a heavyweight fight. LSU is no longer a give me annual win for Bama. 12-0 is feasible.
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I wish you well, but 12-0 would be like a shooting a blue buck, IMO.
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10-2 at worst if defense is greatly improved and major injuries stay away. 11-1 if all the cards fall in place.
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This won’t happen
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Revenge tour. I want heads on pikes.
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UCLA relocted to Dallas, or Atlanta, like the Rose Bowl was.
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Vegas
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Auburn, Florida and Texas A&M at home. Screw Ole Miss and Ms State. 11-1 or 10-2, let's ride Coach O.
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Am I crazy or does a 12-game season seem like a pipe dream.
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7-5
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9-3 or 10-2
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9-3 would be a massive disappointment with this schedule. 11-1 is great, 10-2 is good not great.
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11-1 isn't crazy
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Solid. I like us getting to play in California, too.
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Sounds like it may move to Vegas.
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Easiest LSU schedule I’ve seen in a long time
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I agree because every team is going to be the exact same from last season
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8-4, 9-3
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lol
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If they're lucky
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That must be what you are hoping for.
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Easiest schedule they have had in a while
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No offense, but we said the exact same thing last year.
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