While it's possible the game could happen at these venues, these aren't at the top of the list. "Where they tell me we're going to play, I am going to get the team ready to go, and we are going to compete like Tigers".
LSU athletic director Joe Alleva said through an LSU-sponsored radio show Sunday night that "It most certainly, very certain, nearly certainly will be moved to another venue". Alleva said Tiger Stadium has been offered but does not believe that it will be considered.
Andrew Lopez of Nola.com reports ESPN reached out to the Cotton Bowl Stadium in Dallas about hosting.
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These are locations that are plausible but don't quite jump to the top of the list.
EverBank Field (Jacksonville, Florida): Another NFL stadium that's been floated as a possibility is the home of the Jaguars. Two potential relocation sites are LSU's Tiger Stadium or New Orleans' Mercedes-Benz Superdome.
Nashville and New Orleans are also options being discussed Monday according to Ross Dellenger of The Advocate (Baton Rouge). The downside would be fans having to make drastic changes to their travel plans, as Orlando is nearly 1,000 miles of driving away from Houston.