When Texas A&M and Arizona State announced a home-and-home series earlier this week, it had an effect on the Sun Devils’ scheduled series with LSU.
Originally scheduled as a home-and-home series for 2015 and 2016, the LSU-ASU series has now been pushed back a whopping four times.
According to reporter Bryan Fischer, the LSU-ASU game in Tempe has now been pushed back to 2030:
Also, Arizona State’s game against LSU is moved from 2026 to September 7, 2030 in Tempe.
— Bryan Fischer (@BryanDFischer) July 9, 2018
Per FBSchedules.com, the game in Baton Rouge is now scheduled for 2029. That, of course, is assuming the schedule doesn’t change for a fifth time.
Whenever it does happen, it should be a fun series. However, now that the games are 11 and 12 years in the future, it’s impossible to project what both schools will be doing at that time.