I got this from another message board: From the Morning Advocate: LSU officials have flatly dismissed a report that the school is considering an offer from Louisiana-Lafayette to play in the Superdome in football. Dan Radakovich, LSU's senior associate athletic director, said LSU Athletic Director Skip Bertman and UL-Lafayette A.D. Nelson Schexnayder briefly discussed the idea long ago but it never got beyond talking stage. According to Radakovich, UL-Lafayette was supposed to offer LSU a multi-million dollar guarantee and first rights to 50,000 tickets while UL-Lafayette would still retain the right to call the contest its home game. Such a presumably well-attended game would help ensure that UL-Lafayette could meet NCAA criteria starting in 2004 that will require schools to average 15,000 in actual attendance for five Division I-A home games to retain their I-A status. As it currently stands, LSU and UL-Lafayette are scheduled to play again -- but in Tiger Stadium on Sept. 9, 2006.