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Saints' Keenan Lewis tutoring LSU signee Malachi Dupre this spring

Tuesday, 08 April 2014 16:30
Saints cornerback Keenan Lewis is doing more than training for the upcoming NFL season. He's tutoring LSU signee Malachi Dupre this spring, helping the receiver prepare for his first taste of major college football. PrintprintEmailEmail this article|Tweet MOREMORE!XDiggDeliciousTumblrLinkedInStumbleUponNewsvineReddit Pinterest Next article UConn claims title, holds off Kentucky's best
UConn claims title, holds off Kentucky's best
Monday, 07 April 2014 23:17
Related:Photos: UConn vs. Kentucky in championship game USA Today The University of Connecticut, a basketball program left behind in conference realignment and ineligible for the NCAA Tournament just one year ago due to academic sanctions, won its fourth and most improbable national title on Monday, beating Kentucky 60-54 at AT&T Stadium. Getting a clutch performance from senior guard Shabazz Napier and a lot of help from the Wildcats at the free-throw line, the Huskies were…
Collegiate Baseball Poll
Monday, 07 April 2014 15:30
TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — The Collegiate Baseball poll with records through April 6. Voting is done by coaches, sports writers and sports information directors:RecordPtsPrv1. Louisiana-Lafayette30-349422. Florida State26-549243. Virginia27-548934. South Carolina26-548815. Oregon State25-648566. Cal Poly26-548377. Texas26-748198. Washington22-6-1479119. Alabama22-94761510. Vanderbilt25-8473511. Louisville23-8471812. Oregon22-104691413. Florida20-124661214. UC Santa Barbara20-74641315. LSU24-8-14611616. Houston25-64591717. Mississippi25-84562018. Kentucky22-104542119. Cal State Fullerton16-114511920. Miami21-124482421. Mississippi State20-134431022. Clemson20-104412323. Indiana17-104382824. Pepperdine24-74372925. Arizona State17-124352526. Oklahoma23-104333027. San Diego22-9430—28. Seton Hall21-74282229. UCLA18-124272630. Rice22-1242518 PrintprintEmailEmail this article|Tweet
LSU sweeps, no, swamps Mississippi State, 17-4
Sunday, 06 April 2014 18:15
Glenn Guilbeau / GANNETT LOUISIANA BATON ROUGE – LSU suffered a pick off at first base, a bunt pop-out and a throw out at third base in the first inning of its game against Mississippi State Sunday, ruining what could have been more than a two-run inning. “I was hoping that didn’t come back to haunt us,” LSU coach Paul Mainieri said. It did not. The No. 20 Tigers scored two more in the second,…
LSU claims second straight against MSU
Saturday, 05 April 2014 22:00
By Glenn Guilbeau / GANNETT LOUISIANA BATON ROUGE – LSU inched up another rung on the Southeastern Conference ladder by doing just enough to beat No. 9 Mississippi State 2-1 in front of 5,739 at Alex Box Stadium Saturday night. Trailing 1-0 after the fourth, No. 20 LSU took the 2-1 lead in the sixth. Mark Laird singled after one out. Alex Bregman reached first base after bouncing one hard off State starter Ross Mitchell,…
Young quarterbacks struggle in LSU spring game
Saturday, 05 April 2014 19:30
By Glenn Guilbeau / GANNETT LOUISIANA BATON ROUGE – LSU’s quarterback position has not exactly sprung forward. Both Anthony Jennings and Brandon Harris, the leading candidates to replace departed Zach Mettenberger, struggled in the LSU spring game on Saturday afternoon in front of about 15,000 fans at Tiger Stadium. Jennings, who replaced an injured Mettenberger in the regular season finale as a true freshman last year and started the bowl game, completed 9-of-17 passes for…
Tigers shutout Miss. State behind Nola gem
Friday, 04 April 2014 21:47
BATON ROUGE – A train roared by Alex Box Stadium just after LSU won its first Southeastern Conference game since March 22 on Friday night by beating No. 9 Mississippi State 3-0 in front of 6,712. Call it the return train. LSU, victims of a three-game sweep for the first time since 2011 last week at Florida with a loss at Tulane before that, traveled from last place to first class – at least for…
Rejuvenated Tiger baseball team ready to host 9th-ranked Miss. State
Friday, 04 April 2014 16:16
By Glenn Guilbeau / GANNETT LOUISIANA BATON ROUGE - LSU crashed through the pressure barrier Wednesday night just in time for a significant series with Southeastern Conference West leader Mississippi State that opens Friday night. Former Tigers baseball coach Skip Bertman spoke of it often. The pressure barrier could be the difference between making it to Omaha, Neb., and the College World Series or not, or winning the national championship or not. For 20th-ranked LSU,…
Lots of positions still open as LSU readies for Spring Game
Friday, 04 April 2014 16:16
Glenn Guilbeau / GANNETT LOUISIANA BATON ROUGE – Donuts, football, music, track and field, gymnastics, softball and baseball will all be on the menu on the LSU campus on Saturday. The spring game kicks off at 1 p.m. in Tiger Stadium as the quarterback battle between Anthony Jennings and Brandon Harris will be in full view for free after weeks of mostly closed practices. The LSU Radio Network will broadcast the game. But first, the…
LSU baseball struggling to find its footing
Wednesday, 02 April 2014 14:16
By Glenn Guilbeau / GANNETT LOUISIANA BATON ROUGE – The LSU baseball team has already lost as many games six weeks into the 2014 season as it did through the entire, three-month regular season last year. The Tigers, 20-8-1 in 2014, finished the 2013 regular season at 48-8 and rolled into Omaha for the College World Series at 57-9 before finishing 57-11. Their longest losing streak was two, and it happened twice. The Tigers are…