For the 18th-cosecutive year, the LSU Tigers are heading to a college football bowl game.

The bowl game is scheduled for New Year's Day, Monday, January 1, at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida.

LSU, who is 9-3 on the season, won 6 of their final 7 games, following a 24-21 upset loss to Troy, back September 30, while Notre Dame lost 2 of their final 3 games, including a 38-20 setback to Stanford in their season finale, to also finish their regular season with a 9-3 record.

This will mark the second-consecutive year that the Tigers will be appearing in the Citrus Bowl, after defeating Louisville least year, 29-9.

LSU who is 2-2 all-time in the Citrus Bowl, is 25-22-1, all-time, in bowl games.

Notre Dame, who will be making their first-ever appearance in the Citrus Bowl, has a all-time bowl record of 17-18.

Notre Dame leads the all-time series against LSU, 6-5, including a 31-28 win over the Tigers in the 2014 Music City Bowl, the last time the two teams met.