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The SEC is the nation’s most dominant conference, and while Florida’s Will Muschamp and Bama’s Nick Saban get it, Oklahoma’s Bob Stoops has missed the memo.
The LSU Tigers came out of their annual spring contest with confidence and enthusiasm for the 2013 season.
The LSU Tigers exceeded expectations in Johnny Jones first year at the helm and they are poised to make a big statement for the 2013-14 season.
The LSU Tigers hired Cam Cameron to improve what was a stagnant offense in 2012. As the team’s Spring Game approaches, what have we seen so far?
The LSU Tigers brought in a number of highly-touted recruits in 2013. These five may have the opportunity to start for coach Les Miles this season.
The LSU Tigers basketball team, winners of five of their last six, invades Knoxville to take on an equally hot Tennessee squad on Tuesday night.
LSU travels into Tuscaloosa on Saturday for a matchup with Alabama and a chance to win the Tigers fourth straight SEC game.
The LSU Tigers basketball team finally put a complete 40 minutes together to upset a ranked Mizzou squad, earning a signature win in the process.
It was not easy for the LSU basketball team, but the Tigers finally broke into the conference win column with a hard-fought ‘W’ over the Aggies.
The LSU Tigers host the South Carolina Gamecocks in a Wednesday night showdown on the hardwood. To the victor goes more than bragging rights, but the first conference win for either team.
The LSU Tigers have opened the season strong, but must find a way to kick it up another notch as conference play opens up.
Unfortunately, this holiday season didn’t bring the LSU Tigers what they wanted, but they did receive a nicely wrapped matchup with a talented, well-coached opponent. No. 8 LSU will square off with No. 14 Clemson in Atlanta’s Chick-fil-A Bowl, at 6:30pm on New Year’s Eve.
With football season placed on hold for a couple of weeks before its concluding act in the Chick-fil-A Bowl, the LSU fanbase still has some time before getting revved up for baseball. Meanwhile, a new era has quietly begun for the once proud LSU basketball program.
The LSU Tigers are going to Atlanta. As the ink dries on head coach Les Miles’ new contract, the Tigers can now turn their full attention toward bowl preparation. LSU, ranked No. 8 in the BCS standings, will play Clemson in Atlanta’s Chick-fil-A Bowl on New Year’s Eve.
As the game ended last Jan. 9 in New Orleans, the clock on the Superdome scoreboard hit all zeroes. But the biggest zero was the one next to the name of “LSU.”
With much of the college football nation enthralled with high-octane air shows and up-tempo spread offenses, this statement serves as a mission statement for how the nation’s top conference approaches the game. Many of the league’s coaches still believe that the old school mentality of whipping the man across from you will always have a place in the game.
As the fourth-ranked LSU Tigers invade Gainesville, FL, for a showdown with the 10th-ranked Gators, many of the college football nation’s eyes will be fixated on this clash of SEC titans.
A high profile match-up with a highly ranked power from another conference resulted in yet another ho-hum annihilation by a Southeastern Conference heavyweight.
Football is a sport of great complexity, and many variables are factored into the outcome of a game.
There is a popular football adage proclaiming that a team can never have too many running backs. The 2012 LSU Tigers appear to take this approach to heart and live by it. Religiously.