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|Looking ahead to 2008 season|
So you thought 2007 was a wild and crazy year for college football.
If the 2008 schedule is any indication, buckle up those seat belts one more time.
The season starts on Thursday, Aug. 28 with North Carolina State playing at South Carolina and Vanderbilt visiting Miami of Ohio.
On Saturday, Aug. 30, Alabama faces Clemson in a night game to be played in Atlanta.
Hawaii, minus June Jones, visits Florida that day, while Kentucky travels to Louisville.
Louisiana-Monroe travels to Auburn, and you can bet the ULM-Alabama game will be mentioned a hundred times that week.
Louisiana Tech hosts Mississippi State in a game sure to catch a lot of attention in Ruston.
LSU hosts North Texas in its opening game, although there is widespread talk the Mean Green will never make it to Tiger Stadium and that LSU is looking to bring in a more prominent opponent.
Auburn will face Southern Mississippi on Sept. 6.
Auburn was going to face West Virginia on that day, but they moved that game to a Thursday night in October. Tommy Tuberville favored the move to give a new starting quarterback more time to work with Auburn's new offense before playing in a difficult venue such as Morgantown.
Louisiana Tech plays at Kansas, while ULM goes to Arkansas.
Ole Miss plays at Wake Forest, while Tennessee visits UCLA.
Tulane goes to Alabama while LSU hosts Troy.
On Saturday, Sept. 13, don't make any plans outdoors because there are some monster games on tap.
Michigan goes to Notre Dame, Arkansas visits Texas and Ohio State travels to Southern Cal.
Mississippi State hosts Auburn and Georgia travels to South Carolina.
Louisiana-Lafayette goes to Illinois, while LSU is still looking for an opponent. Don't look for that to be too tough an opponent, considering what the Tigers have coming up the following week.
The SEC takes the spotlight on Sept. 20 as LSU visits Auburn, Alabama is at Arkansas and Florida travels to Tennessee.
On Sept. 25, LSU hosts Mississippi State, Ole Miss goes to Florida, Tennessee goes down to Auburn and Wisconsin is at Michigan.
The first week of October has Florida at Arkansas, Auburn at Vanderbilt, Ohio State at Wisconsin, Oregon at USC, South Carolina visiting Ole Miss and Texas at Colorado.
LSU can expect a wild reception when it goes to Tim Tebow land on Oct. 11. Tennessee visits Georgia, Arkansas goes to Auburn, Texas and Oklahoma tangle and UCLA goes to Oregon.
The hat meets the visor on Oct. 18 as LSU goes to South Carolina. Ole Miss travels to Alabama and Mississippi State is at Tennessee.
On Oct. 25, the nation will most surely be tuned in to Georgia at LSU.
Alabama plays at Tennessee and Ole Miss with Houston Nutt travel to Arkansas in what is sure to be an interesting visit.
The first day of November has Bo Pelini and his Cornhuskers going to Oklahoma.
The game of the day has Florida taking on Georgia.
Auburn visits Ole Miss, while Tennessee goes to South Carolina.
LSU hosts Tulane.
On Nov. 8, Nick Saban returns to LSU with his Alabama team.
Arkansas visits South Carolina, California goes to Southern Cal and Wyoming visits Tennessee.
Revenge week follows on Nov. 15 as Mississippi State goes to Alabama and Southern Cal visits Stanford. Georgia plays at Auburn, while South Carolina goes to Florida where Steve Spurrier would love nothing better than to leave with a win.
Ole Miss and LSU renew their rivalry in Baton Rouge on Nov. 22, while Michigan travels to Ohio State.
In its final regular season game, LSU travels to Arkansas in a game that will no doubt be played on the day after Thanksgiving. Mississippi State and Ole Miss tangle in the Egg Bowl.
The Iron Bowl takes place on Nov. 29 where Saban will look to turn the tide on Auburn. Florida visits Florida State, Georgia Tech is at Georgia and Notre Dame goes to USC.
USC visits UCLA on Dec. 6 when the conference title games will certainly collect more interest.
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