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LSU junior Jalen Courtney hopes that the Tiger's season isn't over yet following their 58-80 loss to Florida in the Quarterfinals of the SEC Tournament.
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LSU swingman Shavon Coleman is easily one of the best athletes and toughest match ups on the floor when Johnny Jones’ squad takes the hardwood. It’s just been hard for him to be consistent of late, going only 6-of-22 from the field in his last four games. Thursday afternoon, he and the Tigers started rolling early against Georgia. Coleman wound up with 24 points and six...
Reloading or rebuilding? That's the big question in Baton Rouge this spring. With a 34-6 record from 2010-12, LSU has been one of college football’...
Former LSU cornerback/kcik returner Tyrann Mathieu told TMZ that he believes he was the best player at the NFL scouting combine.
Tyrann Mathieu arrived in L.A. yesterday … where he’s all set to participate in a segment for ESPN’s “Sports Science” … but while he waited for his bags at LAX, the 20-year-old talked all about his upcoming career as an NFL pro.
Among the topics...
While LSU's SEC Tournament run is over after a 58-80 loss to Florida, guard Anthony Hickey hopes that they'll make a post-season tournament.
Tryann Mathieu, the former LSU cornerback known as “Honey Badger,” recently made an appearance on the NFL Network and the young man cut open a vein while discussing the off-the-field issues he admits he caused for himself, specifically discussing the reasons why Les Miles dismissed him from the Tigers football team on Aug. 10, 2012.
And what he says was the source of all his...