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LSU announced Monday morning that rising senior forward Jalen Courtney will part ways with the program, exploring another option for his final year of eligibility.
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An awesome LSU Tigers hype video for the 2013 college football season to help get you pumped for the upcoming season.
LSU football coach Les Miles was fielding questions and phone calls after the Tigers' annual spring game on Saturday.Apparently, one of the members of the media left their cell phone near the podium and it just so happened to ring/vibrate when Miles was standing closest to it. So, the colorful coach decided to see who was on the other line.Miles carries on a conversation with...
The LSU Tigers came out of their annual spring contest with confidence and enthusiasm for the 2013 season.
According to Albert Breer of the NFL Network, LSU cornerback Tyrann Mathieu passed his drug test at the NFL Scouting Combine back in February.
Fairly significant development for him personally — ex-LSU CB Tyrann Mathieu did indeed pass his combine drug test.
— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) April 23, 2013
We don’t know how well Mathieu will do down the road, but this is a great...
In the longest game in school history, Alabama fell in 16 innings to the second-ranked LSU Tigers, 11-8, on Saturday night from Sewell-Thomas Stadium. The Tide matched the school record for the most innings played and after coming to an end in four hours and 55 minutes, the Crimson Tide played its longest game in school history.
McKinley (Baton Rouge) defensive lineman Daniel James will combine with fellow sophomore Kirk Louis (MLB) on a defensive unit that should keep most opponents in check. Both James and Louis like the LSU Tigers, and you can learn more about James inside...
After LSU's Spring Game, Tigers coach Les Miles actually answered a reporter's cell phone during the Mad Hatter's press conference.
Kyle Overstreet’s walk-off RBI single in the bottom of the 10th inning lifted Alabama to their biggest win of the year, as the Crimson Tide defeated the second-ranked LSU Tigers, 4-3, in a Southeastern Conference game on Sunday afternoon from Sewell-Thomas Stadium.
Following Saturday's spring game, TSD's Taylor Halsey caught up with three Tigers - WR Odell Beckham, DT Ego Ferguson and QB Zach Mettenberger - to get their take on how LSU progressed this spring.