LSU offers scholarship to Les Miles' son Featured

Thursday, 03 September 2015 09:39 Written by
LSU head coach Les Miles(Photo: Derick E. Hingle / USA Today Sports) CONNECTTWEETLINKEDINCOMMENTEMAILMORE BATON ROUGE – LSU football coach Les Miles, one of the best recruiters in the nation for the last decade with the current No. 2 class in the country by Rivals.com, was unable to convince his eldest son Manny Miles to come to LSU, so he has cast a net for son No.
LSU's young infusion has ESPN analyst Dick Vitale excited to see the Tigers Featured
Thursday, 03 September 2015 09:26 Written by
The national spotlight on the LSU basketball team had dimmed a bit the last few weeks, but ESPN stalwart Dick Vitale reignited it on Thursday. Dick Vitale Vitale wrote a post for his blog titled 'Diaper Dandies could lead LSU to big things,' praising the Tigers' freshmen Benny Simmons, Antonio Blakeney and Brandon Sampson -- bestowing his signature phrase 'Diaper Dandies' on them -- and saying "There hasn't been this much enthusiasm about young talent…
"Put Maty Mauk at LSU they might not lose a game." Featured
Wednesday, 02 September 2015 22:59 Written by
"Smart," the defensive coach said. "Does not put the football at risk. Average arm. His instincts are good. I don't think he has a good arm. He throws a good deep ball, but it's the deep digs and deep out cuts that he can't make. He's a very good game-manager. He's Major Applewhite-ish. He doesn't make mistakes. They believe in him. But do they fear him? No." The same coach goes on to say, "He…
Football Closes in on Season Opener Featured
Wednesday, 02 September 2015 22:40 Written by
BATON ROUGE – A month of preseason practice is nearly complete as the 13th-ranked Tigers went through one of its final days of preparation for the season-opener here Wednesday afternoon at the Charles McClendon Practice Facility. Rain showers forced the Tigers indoors on Wednesday as the Tigers worked out in helmets and shorts. LSU will practice again on Thursday afternoon in shorts and helmets followed by a walk-through on Friday.
Forward Clarke leads the LSU soccer in her third season after long journey Featured
Wednesday, 02 September 2015 22:04 Written by
It’s been a long road for LSU junior forward Summer Clarke. Clarke grew up more than 2,700 miles away from Baton Rouge in Richmond, British Columbia, Canada. Entering her third season at LSU, Clarke is one of the Tigers’ most decorated players and a key factor to a veteran team’s attempt to reach its first NCAA tournament since 2011. She became fascinated by soccer at a young age, she said. Her father, Clive, was very…
Back at defensive end, an ‘upgraded’ Lewis Neal ready to show relentless motor as LSU starter Featured
Wednesday, 02 September 2015 21:16 Written by
After only a handful of preseason practices, freshman defensive ends Arden Key and Isaiah Washington were anointed superstars, destined to compete for playing time and maybe even unseat veterans for starting jobs. That didn’t bother Lewis Neal one bit. “I already knew what they were capable of and I was already helping them before they came,” said Neal, who is listed as a starter at defensive end. “At the end of the day, they’ve still…
LSU, McNeese State To Honor Anniversary Of Hurricanes Katrina, Rita Featured
Wednesday, 02 September 2015 20:35 Written by
Ten years ago, Hurricane Katrina struck the southeastern part of the United States, destroying parts of Louisiana and Mississippi to the point that areas are still recovering a decade later. Weeks after, Hurricane Rita struck in the same area, further hampering efforts to begin rebuilding. A decade later, two schools from the state of Louisiana will meet to open the 2015 football season, as the LSU Tigers host McNeese State. When the teams take to…
LSU adds second Super Bowl-esque halftime show Featured
Wednesday, 02 September 2015 19:15 Written by
Forget about laser light shows and well-choreographed halftime shows by marching bands. LSU is attempting to raise the bar when it comes to halftime entertainment. Fans attending LSU home games this season will be treated to two shows more likely to resemble a Super Bowl halftime concert than a traditional college football halftime show with the band or bands taking the field. Earlier this week LSU announced a performance by One Republic at halftime of…
SEC Football by the Numbers: Season-opening streaks Featured
Wednesday, 02 September 2015 19:03 Written by
Four SEC teams are more than a decade removed from the last time they started a season with a loss. Alabama, Florida, LSU and Missouri have winning streaks in season-opening games that have reached at least 12 as the 2015 kicks off. Florida is the SEC's king in this category. The Gators haven't had an 0-1 record since 1989, giving Florida a 25-game winning streak in season-openers that outpaces the No. 2 mark in SEC…
LSU freshman DE Isaiah Washington out for McNeese State, Les Miles says Featured
Wednesday, 02 September 2015 18:41 Written by
LSU coach Les Miles indicated freshman defensive end Isaiah Washington will not play when the Tigers open their 2015 season Saturday against McNeese State. Speaking at his weekly post-practice press briefing, Miles said Washington, who prepped at Karr High School, injured an arm in practice. Washington and fellow freshman defensive end Arden Key have been getting rave reviews in fall camp. "I don't know that he'll be playing this weekend," Miles said. "But he'll be…

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