Just as LSU enters into the heat of Conference Play, they will have to go at it without defensive back Dwayne Thomas. Reported by The Times-Picayune, The 6-foot 180 pound Sophomore apparently injured the leg in the second quarter of the blowout against New Mexico State 63-7. Thomas had two tackles in the game prior to the injury and had 26 for the season. Also in the young 2014 season...
LSU defensive back Dwayne Thomas suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament and is likely out for the season, a source confirmed to NOLA.com | The Times Picayune.
Thomas, a redshirt sophomore from New Orleans, was injured when he tried to tackle New Mexico State quarterback Tyler Rogers in the second quarter of Saturday's 63-7 victory.
Thomas had two tackles in the game and...
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...
Via AP on Fox
September 11, 2014
In case you aren’t watching the college football tilt between LSU and Auburn, then you might have missed out on Shaquille O’Neal making an appearance at the game.
Check out the Shaq antics below as he walks onto the field to talk to head coach Les Miles and attempts to give a very high-five to LSU cornerback Dwayne Thomas:
Shaq top image courtesy of Getty Images
All summer long TSD will unveil our top 50 players for the 2013 LSU football season, as voted on by Austin Cooper, Ben Love and Hunter Paniagua. The lists kicks off with cornerback Dwayne Thomas.