Two college football juggernauts are reportedly headed towards a two-game series. On Thursday, Aug. 9, college football reporter Brett McMurphy reported that the Florida State Seminoles and LSU Tigers are set to play a two-game series that will be played on neutral sites in the programs’ home states. The series would reportedly take place during the 2022 and 2023 seasons.
The first game of the series would come in 2022. Florida State and LSU would open their season in New Orleans.
The following year, the Seminoles and Tigers will go head-to-head in Orlando.
Florida State and LSU have met in nine previous games, with the Seminoles holding a 7-2 edge in the series. The last meeting came in Baton Rouge in 1991, with Florida State earning a 27-16 victory. LSU’s last win over the Seminoles came back in 1982, when they delivered a 55-21 shellacking at home.
This season, the Seminoles kickoff their 2018 campaign on Monday, Sept. 3 against the Virginia Tech Hokies. Kickoff at Doak Cambell Stadium is set for 8:00 p.m. ET on ESPN.
LSU, meanwhile, also opens their season in primetime. The Tigers are set to meet the Miami Hurricanes at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. Kickoff at Jerry World is set for 7:30 p.m. ET on ABC.