UConn canceled its 2020-2021 football season Wednesday, becoming the first FBS program to suspend football because of the coronavirus pandemic, as other schools had taken the Huskies off their schedules and the governor was reluctant to allow UConn to travel to states with high infection rates.
In a recent interview, former LSU defensive tackle Ricky Jean-Francois recalled tales of the Tigers’ national championship squad 13 years ago, shared why he’s excited about defensive coordinator Bo Pelini’s return, and more.
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.
If you plan to attend a sporting event at LSU in 2020, you can leave your cash at home. LSU Athletics has announced that beginning in the fall of 2020, it is going cashless at all athletic facilities on campus.
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.
LSU leads the nation with players on the Bednarik Award watch list - linebacker Jabril Cox, safety JaCoby Stevens, and cornerback Derek Stingley Jr. - the Maxwell Football Club announced Monday, July 13.
One of the area’s top baseball prospects announced his college choice on Friday. Rising junior infielder Tyler LeJeune took to Twitter to announce that he’ll suit up for the LSU Tigers once his days at Iota are over.
The legend of Joe Burrow and his 2019 season will live on forever in Baton Rouge but now it’s time to focus on who’s next to lead the LSU football program. The favorite to land the starting quarterback gig is Myles Brennan.
Ryan Perrilloux is without a doubt one of the biggest “what ifs” in LSU football history. The East St. John High athlete joined the Tigers in 2005 as one of the most highly sought-after players in the country.