Posted September 14, 2013 on
It's another Saturday night in Tiger Stadium and No. 8 LSU (2-0) will square off against Kent State (1-1) at 6 p.m. The TSD staff will be providing live commentary throughout the game, so join us to follow all the action.
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Why, here's a familiar early season scenario for eighth-ranked LSU.
A non-conference team enters Death Valley on Saturday night as a more-than five-touchdown underdog.
Still, college football powerhouses are vulnerable to upsets, and players at Kent State (1-1), which beat a ranked team last year, ask why they shouldn't be the ones to end LSU's 43-game regular season...
This sign relating the Kent State-LSU game on Saturday to the 1970 student massacre on the Kent State campus is taking everything just a smidge too far.
No. 8 LSU cruised past its final non-conference opponent before the start of SEC play. Kent State proved to be no match for the Tigers as LSU moved to 3-0 after a 45-13 victory on Saturday.
What did we learn on Saturday about college football? Nobody will beat Alabama. Give them their third BCS crystal ball in a row…
Thus far the No. 8 ranked LSU Tigers have proven to have a capable offense to go along with its suffocating defense. Will that continue on Saturday when the Kent State Golden Flashes visit Baton Rouge?
Coverage of Saturday nights game will take place on ESPNU/WatchESPN beginning at 7:00 pm ET from Tiger Stadium.
Through two games LSU has managed to score an average of...
The Golden Flashes are in the midst of change on the defensive side of the ball with a first-year head coach, defensive coordinator and new faces aplenty in the back seven. TSD's Ben Love previews the Kent State defense, led by senior DT Roosevelt Nix.
LSU's second home game of the season attracted some quality recruits to Tiger Stadium. Find out which prospects were on the field before kickoff against Kent State.