It will mark the first time since 1983 that LSU and Tulane will square off on national television. That year, the Tigers posted a 20-7 win over the Green Wave in New Orleans in a game televised by TBS.
It will also mark the earliest start time for an LSU football game since the 2003 Cotton Bowl when the Tigers faced Texas in a 10 a.m. contest in Dallas.
Last year's LSU-Tulane contest from Tiger Stadium was a TigerVision telecast.
Other Southeastern Conference games scheduled for television on Sept. 29 include: Mississippi State at South Carolina at 11:30 a.m. on Lincoln Financial Sports; Alabama against Florida State or Auburn at Florida at 4 p.m. on CBS or 7 p.m. on ESPN.
CBS has once again selected the six-day window for games on Saturday, Sept. 29.
LSU-Tulane game set for 11 AM
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