Wisconsin already has a game against current back-to-back national champions Alabama on it's 2015 slate and an upgraded schedule for quite some time into the future. Rumors of LSU and Wisconsin possibly playing a single neutral site game began surfacing late last week, but it appears that the two schools are actually in talks for a series of neutral site games and not just one, like was first rumored.
According to an article on NOLA.com, LSU's athletic director Joe Alleva has acknowledged the fact that there are ongoing discussions between the Badgers and LSU for a game to be played at Lambeau Field (a game that personally I'd love to see since I'm a GB resident and all). However he has indicated things are in the early stages of the process:
"We're still in the preliminary stages of talking to them," Alleva said Monday. "It's too early. There's too many things to consider. The biggest thing to consider is the value of playing a game that far away versus the value of playing a game in Tiger Stadium. That's what it comes down to.
"From a recruiting standpoint it's a great game to tell kids you are going to go play in Lambeau Field. But Wisconsin is a long way away."