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NEW ORLEANS -- At first, trainers told LSU offensive guard Josh Dworaczyk that he might have only damaged his medial collateral ligament. Dworaczyk knew better. He had felt the telltale pop when a defensive end rolled into his knee during an inside run drill in preseason camp in August. "Something's wrong," the three-year starter said. "Something's off."
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Jordan Jefferson remembers nearly every second of the last time he played in the Superdome.
He was the starting quarterback for Destrehan High School, and like so many kids growing up in Louisiana, was awed to be playing in New Orleans' football palace. By the end of the night, he'd led his school to its first state championship in 34 years.
''I've been in the...
Beware Les Miles and all the LSU Tigers supporters in New Orleans, the next scariest sports fan in history is in town. Hide yo kids, hide yo mascots and school symbols. [AL].
Surrounded by the sound of jazz bands in street parades, bars, restaurants, crazed fans and where the smell of Cajun food wafts through Bourbon Street, Tyrann Mathieu, who has tenderly become known as the “Honey Badger,” returns back to his native town. Born and raised in New Orleans, he has a chance to help lead No. 1 LSU to a win against Alabama in Monday night’s Allstate...
LSU coach Les Miles has won the Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year award for the Football Bowl Subdivision after leading his top-ranked Tigers to a perfect regular-season record and an SEC championship.
LSU's affable coach spent some time with the media Friday as part of the buildup to the BCS National Championship Game.
Super Bowl XLV (45) saw fans not being allowed into Cowboys Stadium because of unready seats. Now it appears that the 2012 National Championship Game, between LSU and Alabama, is also having a problem with seating the massive crowd, as LSU fans are coming across seats, which THEY'VE PAID FOR, being used by members of the media press.
The quarterback who started L.S.U.’s first nine games lost his job after struggling at Alabama.
Southeastern Conference rivals play for the title in New Orleans. Lousiana State defeated Alabama, 9-6, in a regular season game during which no touchdowns were scored.