Music City Bowl tickets start for less than $30

The LSU Tigers have survived the brutal SEC Conference this season, ending the year with an 8-4 record. They will play one more game this year, meeting the Notre Dame Fighting Irish in the Music City Bowl. The Irish enter 7-5 and have a very talented offense, led by quarterback Everett Golson, so LSU’s defense […]

LSU tickets vs Alabama 189% above season average

The Alabama Crimson Tide (7-1), who ranked No. 6 in the most recent AP Poll, will seek their fourth straight SEC victory when they travel to Death Valley to take on the LSU Tigers (7-2), who ranked No. 19. A win by Alabama will move them one step closer to the SEC Championship Game and […]

LSU tickets 79% above average for showdown vs Ole Miss

The LSU Tigers (6-2), who rank No. 24 in the most recent AP Poll, will look for their third straight SEC victory when the host the No. 3 Mississippi Rebels (7-0). LSU is coming off of a dominant 41-3 home victory over the Kentucky Wildcats. LSU’s offense, which is averaging 221 rushing yards per game, […]

LSU football tickets vs Kentucky are least expensive of season

The LSU Tigers (5-2) will look for their second SEC victory when they host the upstart Kentucky Wildcats (5-1). LSU is coming off an emotional, last second 30-27 road win over the Florida Gators. Kicker Colby Delahoussaye kicked a game winning 50-yard field goal with only three seconds remaining. Running back Leonard Fournette rushed for […]


Examining LSU’s Historic Non-Conference Streak

On September 7, 2002, LSU defeated The Citadel 35-10 in Tiger Stadium. That game may sound like nothing more than boring, lower-level schedule filler at first, but the victory was the first of 46 in a row (and counting) against non-conference opponents in regular season games (a number they reached in spectacular fashion just a […]


A Day After: LSU vs. Wisconsin

You never quite know what you’ll get in the first game of the season. For LSU and Les Miles, it’s always been a mixed bag to start. Even in the 2011 blow out of Oregon, Jarrett Lee passed for under 150 yards and barely completed 50% of his passes. The game Saturday was no different. […]


Saturday Slant: LSU vs. Wisconsin

Once again LSU will play a power conference team in week one, but instead of playing a flashy spread team such as Oregon of 2011 they will face a far more SEC-like Wisconsin team. Leading Wisconsin on offense is senior running back Melvin Gordon, who will now be the sole featured back with the departure […]


Aligning the Stars – Wisconsin Edition

As a new weekly feature, we’re going to compare recruiting talent ratings between LSU and their opponent for all major FBS games. While the recruiting rankings diminish in meaning as a player progresses into his college career because of coaching, injuries, work ethic, & myriad other reasons, it can serve a nice baseline to judge […]


Scouting Wisconsin: A Q&A with Madtown Badgers

We caught up with Andrew Coppens at our Bloguin blogmates Madtown Badgers to get a feel for what to expect on Saturday from the Wisconsin perspective. You can also check out their site for our insight into the Tigers. Saturday Night Slant – It seems both coaches want to open things up more offensively. LSU is going […]


Final Preseason Depth Chart Released

Yesterday, the final depth chart before the season begins was released to the media. Of surprises, it included little. Anthony Jennings is still listed at the top of the QB list, but now Brandon Harris has an “or” near him, but we knew all along both would play to start the season. Quentin Thomas is […]


LSU Football Tickets Ninth Most Expensive On Secondary Market

As the team prepares for its opening game against Wisconsin on August 30, LSU currently holds the ninth highest-priced ticket on the secondary market while ranking 13th on the AP List of Top 25 Schools. Interestingly enough, LSU is one of five schools listed within the top 10 most expensive schools that also owns a […]


It doesn’t matter who the QB is

If someone asked you, “What kind of team is LSU?” How would you answer? Since 2005, when Les Miles arrived, the answer would probably come easily. It would be some combination of strong defense, B1G running, & coaching quirks to keep things spicy. Before you got to pondering QB play, you’d probably mention  how special […]