LSU Highlights 2010-2014

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LSU entered the 2010s after its football program’s most successful decade from 2000 through 2009. The Fighting Tigers had finished with the eighth highest winning percentage (76.15) among Division 1-A programs. They had won three Southeastern Conference championships in 2001, 2003 and 2007. Additionally, the Bayou Bengals were crowned as the national champions in 2003 […] READ MORE


Pinstripe Bowl: Michigan State vs. Wake Forest

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Michigan State and Wake Forest will meet on the gridiron for the first time in the Pinstripe Bowl. The Spartans are 4-3-1 against opponents from the Atlantic Coast Conference, and 0-2 in bowl games. The Demon Deacons have a 4-10 record versus Big Ten teams. They have never faced a member of the Big Ten […] READ MORE


LSU 2019 Early Signing Day

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Ed Orgeron’s post Thanksgiving to-do list has included more obligations this December than it has during his previous season at LSU. First of all, he spent the first week preparing for the Southeastern Conference Championship Game. During the second week, he has attended awards ceremonies to collect honors and see his players do the same. […] READ MORE


2019 Quick Lane Bowl: Pittsburgh vs. Eastern Michigan

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Eastern Michigan and Pittsburgh will face one other on the evening after Christmas at Ford Field in the 2019 Quick Lane Bowl. This will be the third meeting between the Panthers and the Eagles. The two previous match-ups occurred in Pittsburgh in the month of September. The Panthers won the first time, 66-30, in 1995. […] READ MORE


Burrow Wins The Heisman Trophy

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Joe Burrow is the 2019 Heisman Trophy winner. He is the first LSU player to do so since 1959. The late Billy Cannon is the only other Tigers player to win it. Burrow received the highest percentage of first place votes in Heisman history, with 90%. He had 841 first place votes. Oklahoma quarterback Jalen […] READ MORE


16-Team College Football Playoffs

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“The first step in solving a problem is to recognize that it does exist.” – Zig Ziglar College Football Playoffs: The Problem The Football Bowl Subdivision is desperately in need of reform. It has been so for several decades. The FBS is the only national sports organization in the United States, collegiate or professional, that […] READ MORE


Georgia And LSU Meet In Atlanta Again

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Georgia and LSU will face each in the Southeastern Conference Championship Game. The match-up between the Bulldogs and Tigers holds the distinction as the second most frequent pairing in the title game. The first occurred in 2003, a re-match of the 17-10 thriller in Baton Rouge. LSU won both meetings as the Tigers dominated Georgia […] READ MORE


Texas A&M Aggies at LSU: a Rivalry Renewed

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On November 24th, 2018, the rivalry between LSU and Texas A&M returned from a hiatus over 20 years old. It is not as though they had not faced each other since the 1995 season opener in College Station. The Aggies and Tigers were paired against each other in the Cotton Bowl at the end of […] READ MORE


Arkansas and LSU Going in Opposite Directions

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Arkansas’ trip to Baton Rouge to face LSU features two teams and programs that are heading 180 degrees opposite from each other. Arkansas is enduring its third consecutive losing season. The Razorbacks have won just one game in their last 22 versus the rest of the SEC. Their losses have included contests against Colorado State, […] READ MORE


Another Chance for Vindication for LSU’s Ed Orgeron

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With the win over Alabama in Tuscaloosa, LSU’s Ed Orgeron has reached the highest point in his head coaching career. He has led LSU to the precipice of an SEC Western Division title, only two more victories away. He and his team find themselves in the rarified air of the top four of the College […] READ MORE