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BATON ROUGE - LSU men's basketball fans are encouraged to arrive early on Wednesday night for the final home game of the 2012 season as senior night ceremonies for Chris Bass, Storm Warren and Malcolm White will begin at 7:45 p.m.
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What can you say about the LSU Tigers that hasn’t already been said? For a team which dominated the 2011 regular season like few in recent college football history, the end of the year left a pretty sour taste in the mouths of everyone around the LSU program. In the BCS title game Alabama was simply better than the Tigers in every way...
When Morris Claiborne paid LSU a visit back in 2008 while trying to decide which college he would play for, he knew he would eventually wind up at that school, but as a wide receiver.
Then-LSU cornerback Patrick Peterson served as Claiborne’s host, and quickly began planting seeds that Claiborne, who played on both sides of the ball for Shreveport’s Fiar Park High, needed to...
SPRING PRACTICE PREVIEWSQuarterbackRunning BackWide ReceiverTight-EndIn 2011, LSU's offensive line played a huge role in the team's overall success. The offense ran the ball very successfully, and they often did so when everyone on the planet knew they were going to run the ball. The offense established an identity as a very physical, tough running team, and most of that...
BATON ROUGE - LSU senior basketball players Chris Bass, Storm Warren and Malcolm White will be the special guests this evening on "The Trent Johnson Show" presented by Capital One Bank live at TJ Ribs on Acadian and broadcast live on the affiliates of the LSU Sports Radio Network.
LSU cornerback Morris Claiborne is undeniably the top cornerback in this draft. He’s going to be compared to former teammate Patrick Peterson as a potential top-five pick, but there are clear differences between the two players. Claiborne describes himself as more of a “technician.” Peterson has superior measurables. Claiborne ran a 4.47 and 4.54 unofficial…
Here's a look inside the score sheet of No. 3 Alabama's meet against the No. 13 LSU Tigers in Baton Rouge, La., on Friday, Feb. 24. Alabama beat the Tigers 197.025-196.575 to remain undefeated on the season.
With their last game in the PMAC on Wednesday night, LSU seniors Chris Bass, Malcolm White and Storm Warren remember their greatest memory as a Tiger, look back at their careers and talk about the team they are leaving behind.