The broadcasting crew for LSU and Florida State is reportedly set, and it’s a well-known trio of Joe Tessitore, Greg McElroy and Katie George.

The news comes from sports media Twitter account Fake Rudy Martzke, who reported on the Sept. 4 matchup that will be played in the Superdome in New Orleans and broadcast on ESPN.

This has all the makings of a big game, and Florida State about a month ago announced a sell out of its 30,000-seat allotment of tickets.

This game is part of a two-game series, and the second will be played in 2023, on Labor Day weekend on Sunday, Sept. 3, at Camping World Stadium in Orlando.

The Tigers are 2-7 all-time against Florida State. In the previous matchup between the two programs, FSU won 27-16 in Tiger Stadium back in 1991.

This game is a key start for Brian Kelly to develop momentum since LSU’s schedule is backloaded, and the key to building the program could get a boost with a big non-conference victory early.

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