Will LSU's pass rush take a needed step forward this year?

In 2011, LSU reached the BCS national championship game as the No. 1 team in the country after an unbeaten regular season. The Tigers were dominant in defense that year, particularly on the line, where defensive ends Sam Montgomery, Barkevious Mingo, Ken Adams and Lavar Edwards racked up 20.5 of the team's SEC-leading 39 sacks overall.Since then, LSU has regressed each year record...
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After an uneven rookie season, the jury is still out on Barkevious Mingo

The career of Barkevious Mingo has had its handful of ups and down, despite the fact the sixth pick in last year’s draft has played just 15 games. Met with a largely positive reaction, the drafting of Mingo sent a message to the league that the Browns wanted to pressure opposing quarterbacks. Mingo, who became a high profile name during his days at LSU, terrorized would-be passers...
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