Mississippi State (and Missouri) Starts SEC Off on the Right Foot in Bowl Games

The 2011 SEC bowl season is off to a good start following Mississippi State defeating the Wake Forest Demon Deacons in the Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl in Nashville, TN 23-17. The win wasn’t pretty by any stretch of the imagination, hell, it was downright subprime during the 1st quarter. The Mississippi State offense […]

LSU in Domes During BCS Era

A quick look at how LSU has performed in games played in domes during the BCS era. 

Top 5 Stories of the 2011 LSU Football Season

The 2011 LSU football season was nothing short of unbelievable, remarkable, lucky, exciting, dramatic, inspiring, scintillating, and well, breathtaking. The Tigers still have one game left to play as part of the 2011 season, a re-match for the national championship against the Alabama Crimson Tide, which, if the first game was any indication, should become […]

SEC releases 2012 football schedule

The much anticipated 2012 SEC football schedule was unveiled today in a move which almost prompted the crash of the SEC digital network. The 2012 schedule is a beta-version of what SEC fans can expect for 2013 and beyond as Mike Slive and the athletic directors of all the SEC institutions iron out the kinks […]

Gunner Kiel Is A Tiger!

Les Miles and LSU’s staff landed a huge commitment from the nation’s top rated quarterback prospect for the Class of 2012.   Gunner Kiel, from Columbus, IN, is now a Tiger and is set to enroll at LSU next month and participate in spring practice with the team.  Initially, Kiel was strongly considering Alabama and […]

Closing The Book On The Class of 2007

It has been nearly five years since the Clas of 2007 signed their letters of intent to play at LSU.  With all eligibility nearly exhausted, I thought we’d take a look back at the signing class and give out some final grades.  This was a pretty popular feature last year when I did the same […]

The Impact of UL-L’s First Bowl Win In 67 Years

This site is almost solely dedicated to LSU sports, particularly football, but I wanted to take a timeout and applaud the team a little over an hour’s drive west of Baton Rouge. The university formerly known as USL, and now called ULL, saw their football team go to a bowl game for the first time […]

SNS Top 21 – LA State Rankings – Post Season Edition

Now that the high school football season is over in the state of Louisiana, I have updated my SNS Top 21, ranking the state’s top prospects  #1 and #2 have not changed since the first edition, but the rest of the list saw plenty of movement.   The list has video highlights for each prospect, […]

A Tourist’s Guide For The New Orleans Based Bowl Games

This year the city of New Orleans not only gets the appropriately named New Orleans Bowl as well as the Sugar Bowl between Michigan and Virgina Tech, but they also host the national championship between the local LSU Tigers and their hated arch-rival Alabama Crimson Tide.  Call it the BCS National Championship or Saban Bowl […]

Recruiting: Where we Stand – December

With 21 commitments, LSU does not have much room left in what should be a full class of 25.  Who will get the last few spots?   Here is a run down of the players still left on LSU’s board: QBLSU definitely wants to sign a quarterback in this class, and big name out there […]

Bloguin Post Season Awards

The Bloguin network has a number of talented bloggers, and we all got together to vote for some post-season awards.   We voted on a number of categories, including the Bloguin Heisman Poll, which we have been voting on weekly throughout the season.   The overall awards can be seen on Bloguin’s college football blog, […]

Top SEC West Schools Experience Major Coaching Turnover

The zaniness of the college football regular season exceeds past what’s on the field. Case in point – Alabama’s offensive coordinator, Jim McElwain, had accepted the offer from the University of Memphis to be their next head coach but then changed his mind.  Apparently, the issue was a contractual one that Memphis refused to budge […]

Tracking The Hardware

Every day, it seems that a LSU player or coach is being recognized for their accomplishments during this tremendous season.  It has been nearly impossible to keep up with all of the news, and it hardly seems fair to the players that their recognition gets lost in the shuffle.   So I’m putting all of […]

SEC College Bowl Game Benefits

College bowl games are a way of rewarding teams that earned a .500 record or better during the season. Once the regular season ends, teams are sent to exotic destinations across the country ranging from Boise, Idaho (Famous Idaho Potato Bowl) to Shreveport, Louisiana (Independence Bowl) to Jacksonville, Florida ( Gator Bowl) and everywhere in […]

LSU and the NFL Draft – Q&A with Aaron Aloysius

With a little break between now and the BCS Championship Game, I thought we’d take a glance ahead into April at the 2012 NFL Draft and how it could impact LSU’s roster next season.   I was fortunate enough to have the opportunity to talk with Aaron Aloysius, a writer for, a fantastic site dedicated […]