BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) LSU coach Les Miles, a former offensive lineman at Michigan, knows as well as anyone how much of a problem the Tigers have with their blocking up front.
After reviewing film of the 17th-ranked Tigers 34-29 loss to Mississippi State, Miles declined to single out his offensive linemen for poor performances, but he didn't absolve them, either.
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The LSU Tigers may have lost to unranked Mississippi State on Saturday, but that doesn’t mean their fans couldn’t still have some good moments. Louisiana Senator Mary Landrieu went to a few tailgates on game day, and even helped out a fan with a keg stand.
Election is soon coming in November, so Landrieu most likely to trying to get closer to her young constituents.
[h/t Sports Illustrated]
This isn’t the main thing I’m going to write about, but I heard it after I published my blog about the LSU-Wisconsin game. Since Les Miles took over at LSU, the Tigers are 22-21 when trailing in the fourth quarter, the only team in the FBS to have a winning record during that span (apparently, they don’t count the last-second loss to Clemson as “trailing in the fourth quarter”...
I’ll get my few comments about the LSU/Mississippi St. series out of the way. If you haven’t yet, please check out my Rivalry post about the series, which despite being played annually (in fact, it is LSU’s most-played series) has not resulted in a win for the Bulldogs since 1999. Even in the bad LSU years that preceded that game (such as the 2-9 team in 1992), the Tigers...
There's an LSU fan whose Twitter account says, "This Big Frickin Guy."
He's clearly a huge Tigers fan.
So like all huge LSU fans preparing for Saturday's game against Mississippi State in Baton Rouge, Big Frickin Guy had to do something awesome to put the tailgates of mere humans to shame.
So what did he and his friends do?
They filled an LSU-colored coffin...
Mississippi State and LSU open SEC play with an intriguing and critical conference matchup in Baton Rouge on Saturday night. This game likely will...
On Saturday two unbeaten SEC schools will face off against one another when the LSU Tigers host the Mississippi State Bulldogs.
No. 8 LSU (3-0) will be looking to hold off a improved Mississippi State (3-0) squad.
Coverage of the game between LSU and Mississippi State will air on ESPN and WatchESPN beginning at 7:00 pm ET from Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge, LA.
The Odds: The LSU Tigers...
Two 3-0 SEC teams kick off their conference schedules on Saturday night in Baton Rouge. Mississippi State travels to LSU in a very important SEC West matchup – one that could have huge implications down the road. The division, which features five teams ranked in the top ten in the country, is looking as competitive as ever.
Plus, it’s a night game in Baton Rouge...
Saturday night the LSU Tigers will host the Lousiana-Monroe Warhawks in a match-up of two teams with 2-0 records.
That is were the similarities end. No. 10 LSU (2-0) of the SEC is a powerhouse while their opponents in this one, Louisiana Monroe, is competing in the Sun Belt Conference.
Coverage of the game between LSU and UL Monroe will air on ESPNU beginning at 7:00 pm ET from Tiger...
Nobody’s 100 percent sure about what LSU head football coach Les Miles thinks about star freshman running back Leonard Fournette. One week, Miles will compare him to NBA Hall of Famer Michael Jordan. A few weeks later, Miles will say that there’s no reason for Fournette to think about winning the Heisman Trophy, and that people have “unrealistic expectations” about the freshman...
On Saturday the LSU Tigers will host the Sam Houston State Bearkats.
No. 12 LSU (1-0) is coming off a thrilling second half comeback against Wisconsin. They will look to carry that momentum to a decisive win over Sam Houston. (1-1)
Coverage of the game between LSU and Sam Houston will air on the SEC Network beginning at 7:30 pm ET from Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge, LA.
LSU coach Les Miles said Wednesday Ethan Pocic will start his second consecutive game at center. Miles also hinted that Elliott Porter would not play.
Porter, who started 12 of 13 games at center last year, did not play in the Tigers' 28-24 victory against Wisconsin last week. Miles did not say why Porter is being held out.
"Ethan Pocic will start at center; I don'...
Tim Miles is the head basketball coach at the University of Nebraska.
He is not Les Miles, and quite frankly, he’s a bit tired of being mistaken as the LSU football coach.
Why the mixup? Miles (Tim, not Les) has the distinction of owning the Twitter handle “@coachmiles,” which apparently has been enough for LSU followers to flood his feed with tweets intended for the Mad...
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The LSU football program will be playing in a renovated Tiger Stadium this fall. Capacity has been increased to 100,000 and major upgrades have been made throughout the facility.
One area of the stadium, the Tigers’ locker room, has received a serious improvement. Les Miles and his team toured their new home today.
Check out LSU’s awesome new locker room: