Breaking Down The 2020 Schedule For LSU

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Does the Southeastern Conference office hate LSU? Some conspiracy theorists clad in purple and gold are convinced of that. They have cited, among other reasons, the list of opponents issued in the past by that office. The revised 2020 schedule for LSU contradicts such claims. Ed Orgeron and everyone else at LSU received a generous […] READ MORE


LSU 2020 Offense Preview: Rebuilding or Reloading?

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LSU lost many key components from its historically great and record-setting 2019 team. Six offensive players were selected in the NFL Draft this spring. Three were chosen in the first round. Joe Brady, the passing game coordinator, departed to serve as offensive coordinator for the Carolina Panthers. As we look at the LSU 2020 offense […] READ MORE


The Return Of Bo Pelini To LSU

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Bo Pelini has returned to LSU as defensive coordinator after resigning as Youngstown State’s head coach in January. He had previously served in that role in Baton Rouge for three seasons, 2005-2007.  He is replacing Dave Aranda as defensive coordinator. Aranda left at the end of the 2019 season to take over as head coach […] READ MORE


History Is Against LSU Repeating As National Champions

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Last season, Ed Orgeron led LSU to the Southeastern Conference championship then to the College Football Playoffs. The Fighting Tigers rolled to a 15-0 national championship finish, only the second squad to do so since 1897. Along the way, they amassed numerous records and awards. They launched themselves into the debate as to which team […] READ MORE


Bo Pelini Hired as LSU’s Next Defensive Coordinator

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At the end of 2014, Youngstown State was in need of a new head coach after moving on from Youngstown boy Eric Wolford.   They would eventually replace Wolford with another Youngstown boy.  That man being Bo Pelini who had just been fired a few weeks ago from Nebraska.   His first season at YSU was a […] READ MORE


LSU Review 2015-2019

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As we look at the decade that was for LSU, we broke it down into two segments. We already looked at the first half of the decade. The second half of the 2010’s found LSU still trying to halt its decline. The loss in the game for the 2011 national title continued to haunt the […] READ MORE


From The LSU Sidelines

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In the battle of Death Valley Tigers in Monday night’s national championship game, it is one team that has reinvented itself over the last two years against another that knows who it is and has owned it for years. Clemson versus LSU for the 2019 season national championship. Which team has an edge? Any edge? […] READ MORE


LSU Clinches Their Spot in National Championship

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LSU Clinches Their Spot in National Championship During pre-game interviews in the week leading up to the Peach Bowl, the LSU Tigers exuded an aura of confidence. At many times, it seemed downright strange. LSU openly belittled and disrespected the Oklahoma Sooners. Ordinarily, one might consider this talk bulletin board material. But in just over […] READ MORE


Transfer Quarterbacks Square off in the Peach Bowl

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Transfer Quarterbacks Square off in the Peach Bowl The times are changing. The NCAA reworked its transfer rules prior to last season creating a college free agency of sorts. And while year one numbers show that the floodgates of transfers didn’t open quite as far as many predicted, it’s also clear that transfers have already […] 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