They’re going to Disney World.
The Tigers will make the trip back to Orlando to face Notre Dame in this year’s Overton Citrus Bowl. This will mark the 12th meeting all-time against Notre Dame with the most recent one coming in the 2014 Music City Bowl. Back-to-back Citrus trips mark the first time LSU has gone to consecutive bowls since 1958-1959, according to school reports.
Ed Orgeron and Brian Kelly will speak during the Citrus Bowl teleconference, which is scheduled to take place at 3:30 central time.
More information about this year’s Citrus Bowl will be listed below.
Orgeron said he does expect edge-rusher Arden Key to play, however, he will know more on Monday. LSU begins bowl practice (next) Monday, December 11th. Key underwent surgery last week on a broken finger suffered against Arkansas.
“I can’t say that now (for sure). As far as I know, he’s going to play,” said Orgeron on Arden Key’s status.
Where: Orlando (Camping World Stadium)
When: 12 p.m. CT
Sponsor: Overton (Not BWW anymore)
LSU remained No. 17 in the final CFP rankings.
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