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LSU announces 2013 football schedule

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Jeremy Hill (Source: Bleacher Report) Jeremy Hill (Source: Bleacher Report)
BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) -

LSU will kickoff the 2013 season playing TCU in the Cowboys Classic in Arlington, Texas. The game between the Tigers and the Horned Frogs is scheduled for Saturday, August 31st and will be carried by ESPN with an 8:00 p.m kickoff.

It is the first meeting between LSU and TCU since 1968. LSU holds a 5-2-1 record against TCU.

After LSU's meeting against TCU, the Tigers come home to play three games in a row.

The home schedule includes UAB, Kent State, Auburn, Florida, Furman, Texas A&M and Arkansas.

The Tigers hit the road to play Georgia, Mississippi State, Ole Miss and Alabama.

2013 LSU Football Schedule:

Aug. 31 TCU  (Arlington, Texas Cowboys Classic)

Sept. 7 UAB  (Baton Rouge)

Sept. 14 Kent State  (Baton Rouge)

Sept. 21 Auburn  (Baton Rouge Gold Game)

Sept. 28 Georgia  (Athens, Ga.)

Oct. 5 Mississippi State  (Starkville, Miss.)

Oct. 12 Florida   (Baton Rouge)

Oct. 19 Ole Miss (Oxford, Miss.)

Oct. 26 Furman  (Baton Rouge Homecoming)

Nov. 2 Open

Nov. 9 Alabama  (Tuscaloosa, Ala.)

Nov. 16 Open

Nov. 23 Texas A&M  (Baton Rouge)

Nov. 30 Arkansas  (Baton Rouge)

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