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Multiple sources are reporting that LSU and USC are scheduling a season-opening game for the 2024 season at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.

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So what happened to UCLA in 2024? Unless this is going to be a week 0 game, which would be the ultimate FU to UCLA for scheduling Hawaii this year.
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18 years ago I would have been psyched
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Bro I’m still psyched
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Is this part of the almighty “alliance”?
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Should have happened with the 2003 teams, Dell wanted to make it happen...
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Legs...then why isn't the flu gone...
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For the exact same reason. Why do you think Polio essentially disappeared? Or Rhubella? Whooping cough? Mumps? Vaccines only work if people take them. Try learning hard things like science.
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I wonder how long before USC sneaks in a tune up game before playing LSU.
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USC will be our tune up game.
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I was in Watts for that arse whoopin' in 84 & also at Tiger Stadium when we got screwed in 79 when the refs made that phantom call when we were about to win.
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This is something I can definitely get behind. Huge non conference implications on a natural field closer to their home base. It’s a win win win because we get to go to Vegas!
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Nothing about the Las Vegas stadium field is natural.
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Meant neutral
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The 2003 champs vs the guys that beat the 2003 #4 team. Get read to STTD USC!
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In.
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Will vaccines be required in 2024?
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Only if the antivaxxers keep COVID alive and well until then
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Dude you don’t need a damn vaccine if you’ve had the virus because your body creates it’s own antibodies. The vaccine isn’t near as affective as your own bodies immune system either. I’ll say this again, for people who actually need the vaccine, get it, be happy you got it. The people that are naturally healthy and have built up an immune system to fight it, leave those people to keep fighting it off. What’s the damn difference? You can check your blood for antibodies so that’s what you should be doing. Go get your blood checked for your antibody count. If you have that in hand then there’s nothing to argue! Not everyone needs the damn genius’s. Why go poke your arm or risk any side affects if your body is prepared to fight it? It’s the same damn thing! They both create antibodies to fight the virus so you don’t get sick the next time the virus attempts to host your cells, your cells will whip it’s ass! Period! Jesus Christ people need to stop watching the damn TV and talk to someone who knows their stuff. Some people are better at fighting it then other, which is the same as some vaccines working for some people but not others. Some antibodies stay longer in some people. For all you vaccine lovers out there, you do know that this vaccine will be a 1-4 times a year for everyone right? You will keep having to get vaccinated every year until this thing drops. It’s very similar to the flu. It’s not a one time thing and this may last up to a decade or be here for good! Thanks China and US government / world government! You’ve created a new monster, congrats! There are also medicines out there that will prevent you from getting sick or feeling anything at all, especially if you’ve fought the virus off already. With everything combined we will see a decline so stop demonizing certain people for their decisions or ideas. Natural immunization, vaccine immunization and medicines can and should all play a role and no one is better than anyone else for their decision. You people criticizing others are the scum of earth!
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Tl;dr
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Viva Las Vegas Baby
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20 years too late
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WHAAAT
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I guess we would play USC in Las Vegas the week before hosting UCLA on August 31, 2024?
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We’ll be California state champs!
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#FUSC
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Yea I don’t understand how this works with UCLA scheduled August 31st
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onepeat.com ...loved it
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Been waiting to beat the shite out of USC for almost 2 decades
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Awesome! Now proceed to melt about it not being a home and home. ...
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Home and home deez...
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