Betting site Bovada came out with its latest College Football odds to win the 2015 National Championship. Les Miles and the LSU Tigers are a 25-to-1 favorite to win the entire thing in 2015. Interestingly enough, the Tigers were given 16-to-1 odds on Jan. 13. This was when Bovada released its first odds for the 2015 season. On Aug. 5, LSU was a 28-to-1 favorite. Apparently Las...
LSU coach Les Miles talks to the media on Wednesday.
It has been ten years since Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Rita ravaged the Gulf Coast. The LSU Tigers and McNeese State both remember that time vividly as many of their current players lived in those areas during those tragic storms. They are doing all they can to repay the fans for sticking with them. The two teams, who play each other in Baton Rogue Saturday night, will be wearing...
Although it’s somewhat awe-inspiring to see the formations a lot of marching bands have spent most of their summer hours perfecting, Death Valley at Tiger Stadium is likely to see a transition from blaring trumpets and murderous drum breaks to something more egregious and show-stopping. And as a means of transforming the landscape of halftime shenanigans, the LSU Tigers are alluring...
Quarterback Brandon Harris will have plenty of shiny, exciting toys to play with this season. The young wide receiver corps for LSU is exceptionally talented. There's a wide range of diversity when it comes to the different types of pass-catchers Harris and head coach Les Miles has to their disposal. As a result, the Tigers figure to make life miserable for opposing defensive backs...
The 2014 season wasn’t kind to the LSU Tigers as they finished 8-5 in the stacked SEC West. It isn’t...
LSU football coach Les Miles talks to the media about offering son Ben Miles a scholarship.
LSU offered Catholic High junior fullback last week.
LSU coach Les Miles on son Ben: 'I could never imagine that pudgy little guy would be a prospect' | Video
LSU coach Les Miles talks to the media Wednesday.
The defensive side of the ball has posed far less lineup mystery for LSU this fall camp than the offense and provides few surprises entering Saturday's season opener against McNeese State. Veterans appear poised to hold off fresher faces at key spots, for now, with the cornerback position opposite Tre'Davious White the biggest uncertainty.
Newly-appointed starting quarterback Brandon Harris is getting considerable support from his head coach and teammates. The sophomore beat out junior Anthony Jennings for the gig. While Jennings will likely also see some time at the position, Harris' upside made him the easy choice for the job. Jennings' suspension in the summer kept him away from the team. This hurt Jennings not...
Signed with LSU but never played because of high school neck injury.
LSU coach Les Miles talks about Delvin Breaux, who originally signed with LSU but didn't play due to a neck injury.
Les Miles' oldest son Manny became a walk-on quarterback at North Carolina. His daughter Smacker (yes, what an awesome name) is a swimmer at the University of Texas. With two of his children leaving the greater Baton Rouge area, Miles will do everything he can to keep his son Ben at home. A 2017 recruit from Catholic High School, Miles offered his son a scholarship to attend LSU...
Tigers preparing for season opener Saturday against McNeese State
Tigers open 2015 season Saturday vs. McNeese St.
LSU coach Les Miles is the leadoff hitter for the weekly SEC teleconference, and LSU beat reporter Jim Kleinpeter has him covered. But the rest of the SEC belongs to Ron Higgins. Join him here for live updates. Here's a...
The No. 14 LSU Tigers open their 2015 campaign on Sept. 5 versus the McNeese State Cowboys at home in Tiger Stadium. Conventional wisdom suggests LSU having little to no trouble in this game. With that said, McNeese State is certainly isn't a complete pushover. The Cowboys went 6-5 a year ago. They came incredibly close to knocking off Nebraska in Lincoln, narrowly losing 31-24...
LSU/SEC columnist Ron Higgins joined Ken Friedlander and Jeff Boggs on "The Game Plan" Tuesday and fastbreaked through various stories Higgins and the LSU NOLA.com team have covered the past few days.
With coach Les Miles admitting Monday that sophomore Brandon Harris figured to take the first snaps of the seasons at quarterback, the bulk of the Tigers' offensive starters appear to be set. The guard spots look to be the biggest question marks entering Saturday's opener against McNeese State, with Josh Boutte and William Clapp trying to hold off true freshman Maea Teuhema.
The sophomore was officially named the starter by Tigers' coach Les Miles on Monday
LSU offensive tackle Vadal Alexander talks to the media.
LSU offensive guard Josh Boutte talks to the media on Monday.
(AP) - After a brief health scare sent Les Miles to a hospital, the LSU coach returned to practice Monday afternoon and then announced that sophomore Brandon Harris would start at quarterback for the 14th-ranked Tigers in Saturday night's season opener against McNeese State. Harris has been competing with last year's starter, junior Anthony Jennings, throughout the August camp. Miles...
When Les Miles left Oklahoma State for LSU in 2005, Mike Gundy returned to Stillwater to take the reins. Gundy’s tenure at his alma mater has...
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