LSU head coach Ed Orgeron has been hammering home the idea that the players will have to create their own energy in a mostly empty Tiger Stadium and one senior leader says they won't struggle to do so.
Myles Brennan, who’s entering his fourth year with the LSU program, finally looks to establish himself as the starter. As a true freshman, Brennan actually pushed Danny Etling to be the starter during fall camp.
There are only a few more days until LSU’s season-opener with Mississippi State and nobody’s ready more than the Tiger players. They added they have to be themselves and not focus on what last year's players did.
Many people across Louisiana are heartbroken over the passing of Denham Springs offensive lineman Remy Hidalgo and after hearing how much he loved LSU football, one of the Tigers is dedicating the season-opener to him.
LSU head football coach Ed Orgeron, who is no stranger to the limelight after leading the Tigers to their fourth national championship in January, appeared in a segment on "60 Minutes on Sunday, Sept. 20.
There is quite the class for the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame for 2021 with big names all over the place. One of those big names is former East Ascension and LSU superstar defensive lineman Glenn Dorsey.
A day after LSU football head coach Ed Orgeron revealed “most” of his players tested positive for COVID-19 at some point, Athletic Director Scott Woodward says the coach was being “a bit too transparent."
The first Ed Orgeron Show of the 2020 football season was held Wednesday, September 16 at TJ Ribs on South Acadian, and just like most things during this pandemic, it was very different from previous years.
LSU Interim President Tom Galligan and other top university officials held a virtual news conference about the number of cases of COVID-19 on campus and how the school is working to mitigate the spread of the virus.
LSU head coach Ed Orgeron had lots of good things to say about the Tiger defense under new coordinator Bo Pelini and several other topics during a Zoom conference with sports journalists on Tuesday, September 15.
All of the schools in the SEC plans to have fans in the stands at the beginning of the 2020 college football season except for one. Vanderbilt announced on Friday that fans will not be allowed at games through the end of October.
With the season-opener against Mississippi State right around the corner, many wonder who are the Tigers' two biggest threats in the passing game after they lost the No. 1 and No. 2 targets from last year.
While nobody expects to see another Joe Burrow, LSU showed the impact a little-known grad transfer could have on its football program and the Tigers have two new ones that look to play big-time roles in the Tigers' success in 2020.
With LSU losing so much offensive firepower from last year’s national championship juggernaut, including Biletnikoff Award winner Ja’Marr Chase recently opting out on the 2020 collegiate season, the Tigers certainly have their share of doubters.
Governor John Bel Edwards told reporters during a news conference Tuesday, Sept. 8 that he did not know any of any “difference of opinion” between his administration and LSU about the capacity of Tiger Stadium for the 2020 college football season.
A teammate of Cecilia native Ramsey Dardar (No. 98) from the Charlie Mac and Jerry Stovall eras, Lyman White, says a GoFundMe account has been set up for Dardar, who lost his house in Lake Charles to Hurricane Laura the day after moving into it.
Star running back Leonard Fournette may have moved on to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers but there’s still a very strong LSU presence in Jacksonville in the form of wide receiver DJ Chark and linebacker K'Lavon Chaisson.
LSU, in partnership with a Louisiana sports technology startup, has developed new helmet cooling technologies to make customizable air circulation devices for athletic helmets with the goal of helping to protect the players from coronavirus.
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Like most tight ends in recent seasons at LSU, Colin Jeter wasn’t thrown a ton of footballs. Jeter made a total of 23 receptions for 289 yards and two touchdowns during his three-year career as a Tiger.
The day after the LSU football team skipped practice to march through the campus to fight for social justice, senior safety JaCoby Stevens and some of his teammates were doing their part to help those impacted by Hurricane Laura.