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LSU announces stadium capacity at 102, 321 which is now Third in SEC

Now in the final stages of expansion, LSU announced that their new total capacity will be 102, 321 which will make it the third largest in terms of capacity in the SEC.  This would push LSU past Alabama’s Bryant-Denny Stadium (101,821) and only behind Texas A&M’s Kyle Field (projected 106,511) and Tennessee’s Neyland Stadium (102,455).  It also moves Tiger Stadium to...
Via NCAA Football Zone
16 hours ago  |  Discuss

Unit Highlight: Cornerback Rashard Robinson

It was November 23rd. LSU was welcoming the Johnny Manziel-led Aggies to Tiger Stadium on a cold, rainy November day. Not only did LSU fans need to be nervous about Manziel’s usual heroics–although we knew that LSU’s John Chavis defense was more than up to the task after the 2012 domination–but the Tigers sported a pair of freshman cornerbacks who were tasked with covering...
Via Saturday Night Slant
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Could LSU start Freshman Branon Harris

Could a Freshman actually start for Les Miles and his LSU Team?  If you ask incoming signal caller Brandon Harris, coach Miles should if that gave the Tigers the best chance to win. Harris was in Shreveport, Louisiana for former LSU Tigers running back Jacob Hester’s camp and shared his thoughts on the QB battle which includes sophomore Anthony Jennings for the top spot with...
Via NCAA Football Zone
7 days ago  |  Discuss

LSU Tigers: Replacing Offensive Weapons in 2014

The biggest shoes to fill on LSU’s team this season will be the eight that left for the NFL Draft this past May. When you lose two 1,100-yard receivers, a 1,400-yard rusher and a senior quarterback who threw for over 3,300 yards, fining players to just “Step in” is usually a great challenge. In Baton Rouge, there are players and talent can “step in” but this a team that...
Via Football Nation
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Bucket of freezing water dumped on Les Miles for charity

If you were to rank college football’s coaches based on their perceived craziness, Les Miles would rank quite high. The LSU coach likes to eat grass, talk a lot about random holidays, and, apparently, he likes to get cold water dumped on him.  The latter aspect is all about charity, though.  Miles, as part of The Chillin for Charity challenge–a benefit for the Kay Yow Cancer...
Via College Spun
15 days ago  |  Discuss

LSU coach Les Miles shows off in Minature Golf

What do you do to entertain yourself during the off season? LSU coach Les Miles is having some fun with his team while displaying his putting skills. He is here sinking a putt in miniature golf. .@LSUCoachMiles sinks the putt while @LSUCoachCam offers verbal encouragement. #LSU — LSU Football (@LSUfball) June 25, 2014 Enjoy your summer and I wonder if he...
Via NCAA Football Zone
17 days ago  |  Discuss

LSU coach Les Miles mini golf is exactly what you would expect

LSU coach Les Miles always has some memorable words he likes to share before and after a game. And it's not just football. Miles and his players enjoyed a day of mini golf on Tuesday. And of course, the coach had something to say as he took his time before sinking his putt. His reaction is exactly what you would expect from Les Miles.  
Via Fox Sports Southwest
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Vines: LSU Football Took A Team Trip To Bowl And Play Mini-Golf

LSU is still months away from its opener against Wisconsin, so there’s still time for some fun and games before the team buckles down for the season. What do the Tigers do on a random Tuesday night in late June? They hit the bowling alley. Tigers are ready to enjoy a team outing to a local bowling alley. #LSU — LSU Football (@LSUfball) June 24, 2014 ...
Via College Spun
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Ivory Coast Goalkeeper Boubacar Barry Eats Grass For Goal Celebration (GIF)

Ivory Coast goalkeeper Boubacar Barry and Les Miles probably never thought their names would be uttered in the same sentence. But apparently Barry, like the LSU head coach, likes to eat grass. After Wilfried Bony scored to get Ivory Coast even with Greece, Barry celebrated by shoving a handful of grass in his mouth and chewing. GIF via Guyism Barry must have forgotten to eat a pre...
18 days ago  |  Discuss

LSU coach Les Miles Hula Hooping and singing karaoke

LSU coach Les Miles is one of the most entertaining characters in sports. He always has something interesting to say after a game, and he's still having fun on camera during the offseason. At a charity event last week in Louisiana, Miles showed he can not only give memorable quotes behind a microphone, but he can sing, too. After showing off his Hula Hoop skills, he gave his...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
June 04, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Les Miles hula hoops, sings karaoke at charity event

Les Miles is so great for our entertainment purposes. Just when you think the LSU head coach and “Michigan Man” Les Miles couldn’t have anymore fun, something like this turns up. Here he is hula hooping and singing karaoke. All of this actually is food a good cause which makes it even better. The charity is Cooking in Central which raises money for various charities. Post...
Via BlackSportsOnline
June 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Recruit Rejects LSU Because Les Miles Didn’t Answer His Call

The sense of entitlement is apparently at it’s highest peak in college football. Four-star defensive line recruit Breeland Speaks has always been outspoken about his wish to play for the LSU Tigers, but something went wrong in his eyes. First, Speaks committed to Ole Miss almost three months prior to any offer coming from LSU. Finally, Speaks made a visit to Baton Rouge on Jan...
Via BlackSportsOnline
June 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: LSU QB Hayden Rettig To Transfer

Another day, another quarterback from the SEC is transferring. The QB position in the country’s best league has been in flux all off-season, between players entering and leaving the conference, and the departure of stalwarts like Johnny Manziel, Aaron Murray, A.J. McCarron, and Zach Mettenberger.  The latest move is from Mettenberger’s alma mater, LSU. Freshman Hayden Rettig...
Via College Spun
June 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Photo: Former LSU Tigers Jeremy Hill, Odell Beckham Jr., Jarvis Landry, Stevan Ridley Pose Together In NFL Uniforms

No college produced more 2014 NFL Draft picks than LSU. The Tigers had nine players selected, the most of any team. LSU’s rival, Alabama, was second with eight selections. Three of those nine selections are out in Los Angeles for the NFLPA Rookie Premier.  The trio–Cincinnati Bengal Jeremy Hill, New York Giant Odell Beckham Jr., Miami Dolphin Jarvis Landry–posed for a photograph...
Via College Spun
May 31, 2014  |  Discuss

LSU tops Florida for SEC Tournament title

HOOVER, Ala.  -- Sean McMullen was trying to savor his last plate appearance in the Southeastern Conference tournament instead of dwelling on the pressurized situation. The approach worked. The LSU designated hitter delivered a two-run homer with two outs in the eighth inning to lift the Tigers to a 2-0 victory over Florida on Sunday in the championship game. "I wasn't...
Via Fox Sports South
May 25, 2014  |  Discuss
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