LSU, Oklahoma Reschedule Football Series for 2027-28

By Kevin Kelley -

The LSU Tigers and the Oklahoma Sooners have a contract for a home-and-home series on the books, it just won’t be played this decade.

The two schools agreed to a home-and-home football series way back in 2005. At the time, the games were scheduled for Sept. 15, 2018 in Norman and Sept. 21, 2019 in Baton Rouge.

But in November of 2013, Oklahoma scheduled a new home-and-home series with the UCLA Bruins for 2018 and 2019 and, at the same time, announced that the LSU series was being postponed.

Per a November letter between LSU and Oklahoma, the two schools agreed to “determine suitable dates to schedule the games for back to back seasons sometime after the 2019 season” and will “work in good faith to finalize these dates on or before July 1, 2014.”

According to a document obtained by FBSchedules.com from LSU, the two schools have satisfied that obligation and finalized new dates. But fans wanting to see these two teams square off will have to wait a long time. Oklahoma will host LSU on Sept. 18, 2027 and will return the trip to LSU on Sept. 9, 2028.

If LSU and Oklahoma actually end up meeting on the gridiron those two seasons, they will have played 22 years after first signing a contract.

LSU and Oklahoma also share a new honor–they have the home-and-home series that is scheduled the farthest into the future by one season. The series eclipses Nebraska-Tennessee, which is set for 2026-27.

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Comments (10)

Did you even READ the article before posting your question???? Last paragraph answers your question. In the future, you should actually read articles before posting

Nathan Did you even READ the comment before posting your question??? He was asking about all-time scheduling records, not the currently scheduled game that was mentioned in the article.

In the fall of 2028, someone in Pre-K this year would be a freshman in college. And I, a freshman in college today, will be well into my 30s.