Michigan and LSU have not been strangers to scheduling tough non-conference opponents in the past, and now the two might be working on a deal to have a future home-and-home series. Brody Miller of The Athletic reported that news on Thursday.
One of the most iconic football programs in the B1G suiting up against one of the most iconic programs in the SEC? Yes, please.
According to Miller, LSU Athletic Director Scott Woodward said that the two programs have been in conversations about a future home-and-home series. No real details were revealed in the report.
Scott Woodward also says #LSU has talked with Michigan about playing in the future, and he wants it to happen.
— Brody Miller (@BrodyAMiller) June 4, 2020
Believe it or not, the two teams have never played each other on the gridiron. Not in the regular season or even a bowl game. Considering the caliber of the two programs, that’s hard to believe.
A home-and-home series would be incredibly fun to watch, featuring two of the most iconic programs in college football and two of the biggest venues in the sport. Seeing the two teams in Michigan Stadium and Tiger Stadium in the future would draw plenty of viewers.