LSU’s 2021 list of potential opposing football victims set

Thanks to the SEC releasing its 2021 football schedule on Wednesday, LSU’s 2021 football schedule is set.

LSU’s schedule includes seven home games and five road contests, including a first-ever meeting with UCLA at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California, in the season-opener on Sept. 4.

The Tigers’ home SEC games are Oct. 2 vs. Auburn, Oct. 16 vs. Florida, Nov. 13 vs. Arkansas and Nov. 27. vs. Texas A&M.

LSU away SEC games are Sept. 25 at Mississippi State, Oct. 9 at Kentucky, Oct. 23 at Ole Miss and Nov. 6 at Alabama.

The Tigers’ open date is Oct. 30, as always, the week before LSU plays Alabama.

The Tigers open the season with two of their first three games at home and close the regular season with three straight Saturdays in Tiger Stadium.

LSU’s home opener on Sept. 11 vs McNeese State has an intriguing storyline. The Cowboys are coached by former LSU assistant Frank Wilson and their starting quarterback is Cody Orgeron, the son of LSU head coach Ed

Season tickets for LSU’s 2021 home schedule are currently on sale to the general public. Fans who don’t currently have LSU football season tickets are asked to call the LSU Athletics Tickets Sales and Service Team at 225.578.0100 with any questions regarding new season tickets for 2021. Information regarding season tickets can be found at LSUtix.net. 

2021 LSU Schedule

Sept. 4 at UCLA 

Sept. 11 McNEESE STATE                                 

Sept. 18 CENTRAL MICHIGAN  

Sept. 25 at Mississippi State            

Oct. 2 AUBURN

Oct. 9 at Kentucky

Oct. 16 FLORIDA 

Oct. 23 at Ole Miss             

Oct. 30 Open Date                                                                

Nov. 6 at Alabama                                                              

Nov. 13 ARKANSAS                                                                 

Nov. 20  UL-MONROE                                                        

Nov. 27  TEXAS A&M                                                           

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  1. Why no mention of the passing of Steve Carter former Assistant AD and Tennis player and Coach?!

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