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LSU and Notre Dame will face each other on Dec 30th in the Music City Bowl in Nashville, TN and Keith Arnold with NBCSports says that playing the Tigers is exactly the kind of challenge the Irish were looking for in a Bowl opponent:

And if you thought Brian Kelly was looking for an easy matchup to become the first Irish head coach to win eight games or more in each of his first five seasons, think again.

“We wanted to be challenged again,” Kelly said, when discussing the formidable draw of LSU for the Music City Bowl on December 30. “There’s no sense going into this bowl game situation and feeling like you’re not going to be challenged.

“I feel like there are matchups there that don’t give you the same kind of challenge. This is one that we wanted.”
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The Tigers wont be a challenge, with les miles on the sideline
Reply76 months
tiger you made up your name no body else would call you that !
Reply76 months
I'm sure they wanted LSU. Who wouldn't want the easy win?
Reply76 months
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