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.
In a recent interview, James Chaney shared his thoughts on what makes LSU running back Chris Curry special as a player and a person, while also describing one big similarity he sees between Ed Orgeron and the iconic Bobby Bowden.
Bryce Navarre has yet to step on a high school diamond, and yet, he has his college decision already lined up. The incoming Barbe freshman announced his commitment to the LSU Tigers via Twitter on Wednesday.
LSU redshirt junior quarterback Myles Brennan and senior safety JaCoby Stevens spoke with sports journalists in the Baton Rouge area for the first time since March, as the Tigers were on the practice field for the third day of fall camp.
The NCAA will not conduct fall championship events — a move that does not affect major college football — because not enough schools are competing in sports such as men’s and women’s soccer and women’s volleyball.
With three of the Power Five conferences moving forward with plans to play football in the fall and the other two opting to try for having a season in the spring, many are wondering what that means for crowing a College Football Playoff champion.
Many people, especially college football players and their parents, are wondering if the SEC will cancel its football season. The parents of at least two LSU Tigers say their kids want to play and they support them 100% on that decision.
Operating at a decreased capacity in Tiger Stadium amid the coronavirus pandemic will lead to tens of millions in lost revenue, LSU Athletic Director Scott Woodward said in a letter to donors Friday, Aug. 7
The SEC has revealed how the fall football season for the reigning national champion LSU Tigers will shape up, after months of speculation and questions and the new start date means no LSU-Texas rematch.
15-year-old Jake Brown has already decided what his future looks like. Brown is only going to be a Sophomore at Sulphur High School, but last week, he verbally committed to play baseball at LSU come 2023.
LSU football head coach Ed Orgeron said while the postponement or cancelation of the 2020 college football season is “obviously out of his control” he is preparing the team to start defending its national title as scheduled beginning on Sept. 5.
Former LSU wide receiver Justin Jefferson is one of several NFL players placed on the new reserve/COVID-19 list. Jefferson being placed on the list does NOT mean he has tested positive for the coronavirus.