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Top QB prospect Gunner Kiel has decided to play his college football at LSU. Kiel had originally made the shocking decision to follow in his brother’s footsteps and play at Indiana, not exactly the epicenter of College Football. He later de-committed and selected LSU over Notre Dame and Vanderbilt. “I can’t wait to play in the SEC,” Kiel said.
The 6-foot-3, 215 pound Kiel threw for 2,517 yards with 28 TDs and just 4 interceptions in his senior season at Columbus East High School. Kiel is considered a 4-star recruit and the #2 QB by ESPNU. Rivals.com ranks him as a 5-star prospect and the #1 overall QB in the 2012 class. Kiel will enroll at LSU in January.
Kiel is a rocket-armed passer who can make all the throws and should thrive in Baton Rouge under the tutelage of Les Miles and his staff. “They are a great team and a great program,” Kiel told MyIndianaFootball.com “ I’m very blessed and lucky to be in this position.”
Gunner Kiel is the icing on the cake of another Top ...
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LSU coach Les Miles is a little worried about his team's heft.
After the winning the SEC championship, Miles gave his players a week off and some of them came back overweight and out of shape.
While no names were named, the amount of players who came back looking like they wanted to eat their way to a national championship prompted Miles to throw a bit of a hissy fit, which...
Les Miles and LSU's staff landed a huge commitment from the nation's top rated quarterback prospect for the Class of 2012. Gunner Kiel, from Columbus, IN, is now a Tiger and is set to enroll at LSU next month and participate in spring practice with the team. Initially, Kiel was strongly considering Alabama and Oklahoma. But he ultimately settled on Indiana, where his...
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The LSU Tigers are set for a much anticipated rematch with the Alabama Crimson Tide in the BCS National Championship game on January 9th. Tigers head coach, Les Miles, is one win away from winning his second national championship, but is apparently a thesaurus short of being a wordsmith:
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LSU may be loaded with talent, but that shouldn't detract from the outstanding coaching Les Miles displayed this college football season.
If he can get the Tigers to win one more game, Miles will earn his second BCS national championship and beat Alabama and Nick Saban twice in one season.
There aren't many coaches who can make that claim, so Miles' grade for the...
Our long national nightmare is over.
The 2012 SEC football schedule is finally out. (SEC official website)
Done, done, on to the next one.
Now trying to figure out 2013's SEC schedule can begin. (The Birmingham News)
Michigan State head football coach Mark Dantonio and Georgia head football coach Mark Richt discussed the impact of social media on football...
Jordan Jefferson is going to be LSU's starting quarterback in the BCS National Championship Game on Jan. 9, and if he wins it, he'll go down as one of the most significant players in the program's storied history.
Decades from now, nobody will remember fans calling for his job, his inability to throw with any consistency or even the fact he could have spent the 2011...
When Nick Saban took over as head coach of the LSU Tigers, top rated signing classes were already the norm thanks to the efforts of outgoing coach Gerry DiNardo. Come fall practice some of the more highly coveted signees failed to qualify leaving Tiger fans fuming. Saban was able to recruit at a high level and get his player to campus, but Les Miles and his staff are now recruiting at a new level.