Mississippi State vs. LSU 2020 Preview

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The defending national champions will finally begin their quest to repeat. LSU will open its season at home against Mississippi State. The Fighting Tigers have opened a season against the Bulldogs twice (2007 and 2015) in the past 13 seasons. History And Recent Developments Mississippi State fired Joe Moorhead after only two seasons. He had […] READ MORE


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


Preview of the Defense for LSU in 2020

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LSU lost multiple key defensive players from its 2019 national championship team. Those included defensive linemen K’lavon Chaisson and linebacker Patrick Queen, selected in the first round of the NFL Draft. Defensive backs, Grant Delpit and Kristian Fulton¬†were chosen in the second round. Linebacker Jacob Phillips went in the third round then lineman Rashard Lawrence […] 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


LSU Defensive All-Decade Team

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During the seasons of 2010 through 2019, LSU produced dozens of talented players. Several won national awards. A sizable number of them finished in the top 10 of multiple defensive statistical categories within the Southeastern Conference. A few even were among the top 10 nationally. The following are the most outstanding defenders of the decade. […] 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


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