LSU’s defense will be led by a new man in 2015.
The Tigers lost their defensive coordinator, John Chavis, to Texas A&M earlier this week. He had held his position in Baton Rouge, La., since 2009. During his stint with LSU, the Tigers’ defense was one of the most stout in the country.
LSU’s defense won’t suffer from the loss of Chavis, though, says sophomore defensive...
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) LSU defensive back Dwayne Thomas doesn't hesitate to run his mouth on the field.
If his early season play is a sign of things to come, opposing receivers may tire of the sound of his voice.
Thomas has emerged as the 10th-ranked Tigers' second-leading tackler through LSU's opening two games and snagged his first-career interception last Saturday night when he...
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September 11, 2014