The prospects of regular-season football between LSU and Clemson may be growing.
Clemson athletic director Dan Radakovich told the Greenville (South Carolina) News on Friday that discussions are progressing steadily with LSU and Georgia.
“It’d be great,” Radakovich told the News. “You can look at our past history. That’s kind of what we do.” He referred to Clemson’s scheduling philosophy of playing a Power Five opponent other than in-state rival South Carolina every year.