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LSU To Wear New Uniforms Against Arkansas

Nike is unveiling their new “Pro Combat” uniforms by having ten schools wear different uniforms for one of their rivalry games in a few weeks.  So far, only Virginia Tech and TCU have been officially announced as schools that will be trying the new uniforms.  Some schools are doing “throwback” jerseys while some are doing […]

Bama Thoughts; Charles Scott Done At LSU

LSU played a tough game in Tuscaloosa but came up a little short in losing 24-15.  Neither team was ever in full control of this game until the final five minutes when it was clear LSU would not win.  While trailing 21-15 with just under six minutes to go, Patrick Peterson made a great play […]

Alabama Game Preview

LSU goes into Tuscaloosa with the SEC West Championship on the line.  If Alabama wins, they clinch the West.  If LSU wins, the tone of the season suddenly changes and they have the opportunity to accomplish some huge wins.  On the field, these teams mirror each other in many ways.  Both have stingy defenses, and […]

Recruiting Recap

It’s time to go over recruiting again.  The rumor mill has been busy regarding some of LSU’s top targets, so we’ll go through them all.  With 23 commitments on board, spots are limited in the Class of 2010.  But LSU is still recruiting a number of guys.  It will be interesting to see how the […]

Picture Me Bowling

We’re close enough to the end of the regular season to start taking a look at some bowl predictions. Much will change between now and the end of the season, and these predictions probably won’t be worth much next month. But we can still learn a few things and know what to look for as […]

Around The SEC; National Notes

Around The SEC TENNESSEE & MISSISSIPPI STATE:  I might as well include these two schools together because the news is the same.  Both Lane Kiffin and Dan Mullen heavily criticized SEC officials following controversial calls in their games this weekend against Alabama and Florida respectively.  Kiffin went so far as to suggest that the SEC prefers […]

Auburn Game Notes

LSU put together their best performance of the year in completely dismantling Auburn 31-10.  This game was never in doubt as LSU dominated from start to finish.  The Tigers played their finest game of the season on both offense and defense.  We also saw two of LSU’s star freshman make incredible individual plays.  Auburn’s defense loaded […]

Auburn Game Preview

We talked about the importance of Saturday’s game against Auburn yesterday.  This game is huge on a number of levels and simply put, LSU has to win this game.  I think they will.  When LSU Has The Ball: LSU has the SEC’s worst offense, averaging less than 300 total yards per game.  That’s awful.  Auburn […]

Another Pivotal Game

With LSU’s team taking the week off, I decided to do the same last week as there really wasn’t much to report.  Heading into this weekend, LSU finds themselves at another fork in the road that is the 2009 season.  I jumped up and down screaming that LSU’s game against Georgia was the biggest of […]

“A Missed Opportunity” – Florida Game Recap

The LSU defense played their best game of the season in holding Florida’s high powered offense to just 13 points and 327 total yards.  It was Florida’s lowest point total since 2005 and the lowest of Tim Tebow’s career.   Unfortunately, it wasn’t enough because LSU gave an abysmal offensive performance and as a result, the team […]

“Games Like This” – Florida Preview

This is why big time athletes sign with LSU.  To play in games like this.  #4 LSU hosting #1 Florida in Death Valley at night in front of 92,000 juiced up Tiger fans.  It’s a heavyweight bout between two of college football’s elite programs on the biggest of stages.  Four of the last six national championships […]

Big Recruiting Weekend Coming Up

LSU’s coaching staff is taking advantage of the crazy atmosphere this weekend by hosting their biggest recruiting weekend of the year.  A number of LSU’s current commitments, as well as prospects they’re still recruiting, will be on hand.  A number of the state’s top juniors will be visiting as well as the staff will attempt to get […]

To Play Or Not To Play

If you’re like me, you’re already getting tired of reading about whether or not Tim Tebow is going to play this weekend.  At this point, I personally don’t care.  I’m ready for an electric game in Tiger Stadium, and I’m ready for LSU’s defense to bring it…regardless of who is playing quarterback for the Gators.  […]

New Basketball Commitment

BASKETBALL RECRUITING LSU received a commitment from Jackson, MS point guard Andre Stringer who chose LSU after strongly considering Alabama and USC.  Stringer is short in stature at just 5’9″ 170 pounds but is a very good shooter and has good ball skills.   Rivals.com rates Stringer as a 4-star player and as the #93 player […]

Getting Things Done In Athens

LSU played their best game of the season on Saturday, and they did it in a hostile environment when it was needed most.  The Tigers took control of the game in the first half with a dominating defense and an offense that was finally able to run the ball.  Despite several drives deep into Georgia […]

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