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As we enter the sixth week of the 2011 football season the LSU Tigers are ranked atop the Associated Press poll. We all know it is the ranking at the end of the year that matters, but high rankings any time of the year do reflect the hard work and dedication of a lot of people in and around the program.
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LSU has gone undefeated with Jarrett Lee as their starting quarterback this season. Jordan Jefferson was scheduled to be the starter until getting into trouble, and now he wants back in.
Southeastern Conference rivals LSU and Alabama held the top two spots in The Associated Press college football poll after the Crimson Tide jumped past No. 3 Oklahoma and into second.Alabama's rise gives the SEC the top two teams in the country for the 10th time in the last four seasons.The Tide beat Florida 38-10 on Saturday night in Gainesville, then received 12 first-place...
TigersSportsDigest.com publisher Randy Rosetta answers six questions about the LSU Tigers this season.
After their 35-7 win over Kentucky on Saturday, the Tigers talk about the return of quarterback Jordan Jefferson and the impact of players like Odell Beckham, Jr. and Tyrann Mathieu.
(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By BRETT MARTEL AP Sports Writer LSU coach Les Miles contends adversity only strengthens the resolve of teams like his, a stance that is looking more accurate as the 2011 season wears on.
The No. 1 Tigers have overcome a slew of distractions to win their first five games comfortably.
Early in Saturday's 35-7 win over Kentucky...
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Florida Gators vs LSU Tigers Odds
The Gators will be looking to pick up a win and cover the spread when they take on the Tigers in LSU at Tiger Stadium on Saturday in Week 6 action.
They will face the 4-1 Gators, who own a 3-1-1 ATS mark on the season. In totals betting, the Tigers are 2-3 favoring the UNDER so...
BATON ROUGE -- LSU defensive end Sam Montgomery was named the Southeastern Conference Defensive Player of the Week following his performance against Kentucky on Saturday.
Tigers fifth-year senior quarterback welcomes Jordan Jefferson back and says he won't be looking over his shoulder. Beckham's big-play abilities catch Tyrann Mathieu's attention.
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LSU coach Les Miles contends adversity only strengthens the resolve of teams like his, a stance that is looking more accurate as the 2011 season wears on. The No. 1 Tigers have overcome a slew of distractions to win their first five games comfortably. Early in Saturday's 35-7 win over Kentucky, Miles took what could have been an uncomfortable situation and turned it into a source...