LSU will travel to College Station, Texas, on Nov. 28 for a 6 p.m. kickoff on ESPN but the SEC has not yet announced the kickoff times and TV networks for games scheduled on Dec. 5, as those matchups will be made on a six-day selection process.
No change to the top four teams in either of the major college football polls. Alabama and Notre Dame remain the top two teams in the nation, followed by Ohio State and Clemson. The first college football playoff rankings will be released on Tuesday, Nov. 24.
Fresh off a week where it was below the NCAA scholarship player threshold of 53, LSU is now ready to get back to playing football with a trip to Arkansas, whose head coach called the leader of the Tigers earlier this week.
While LSU will head to Arkansas with two true freshmen quarterbacks, the Hogs have a seasoned veteran the Tigers have a long history with. Feleipe Franks committed to then LSU in 2014, then flipped to Florida, and transferred to Arkansas this year.
LSU head coach Ed Orgeron has already had his share of lineup shuffling and backup quarterbacks this season, as his Tigers get ready to get back on the field Saturday in Arkansas. He thinks the Tigers will have the numbers necessary to play.
Former LSU offensive tackle Andrew Whitworth, who currently plays for the Los Angeles Rams, suffered a torn MCL against the Seattle Seahawks but his ACL is intact and he might be able to return before the end of the season, according to reports.
The Southeastern Conference will utilize December 19 as a playing date for football games rescheduled during the 2020 season due to the impact of COVID-19 and has established parameters that allow for the adjustment of game opponents as late as five days prior to competition.
As the Baton Rouge Police Department continues to investigate claims that LSU freshman wide receiver, Koy Moore, was violated by three officers, an incident report obtained by the 9News Investigators details what led officers to that encounter in the first place.
It’s kind of numbing to know this would have been week 11 into what was supposed to be a 12-game 2020 season and then realize LSU has still only played five games. Head coach Ed Orgeron has done more “open date” radio shows than anyone has ever seen.
It was Tigers vs. Tigers when LSU faced Auburn on “The Plains” on Halloween 2020 and the game was all trick and no treat as the Bayou Bengals fell in a way that can only be described as forgettable, spooky, and downright scary.
Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence has tested positive for COVID-19, putting into doubt whether the face of college football will be available to play the top-ranked Tigers' biggest game of the season.
LSU head coach Ed Orgeron reiterated to fans Wednesday evening during his weekly radio show that true freshman TJ Finley is all but guaranteed to make his second straight start at quarterback, as Myles Brennan will be out again with an injury.
Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn is trying to avoid four straight losses to LSU, as he and his Tigers host Ed Orgeron’s Tigers, a team trying to win back-to-back games for the first time this season, on Halloween in Jordan-Hare Stadium.
The hottest topic surrounding the LSU Tigers as they prepare to travel to Auburn is the quarterback position. Head coach Ed Orgeron said if Myles Brennan is healthy, he's the starter but there is great confidence in TJ Finley and Max Johnson if Brennan is sidelined again.
Among the changes, LSU officials emphasize the CDC wellness check will no longer be required for entry into Tiger Stadium, alcohol sales will be permitted in general and premium areas, and fans are reminded masks are required while in their seats.
LSU head coach Ed Orgeron met with sports journalists following practice on Thursday, Oct. 22, and confirmed the report from Garland Gillen with WVUE that TJ Finley will start for the Tigers at quarterback against South Carolina.
After combining for less than 50 yards rushing against the Las Vegas Raiders, former LSU running backs Clyde Edwards-Helaire and Darrel Williams bounced back to help the Kansas City Chiefs get the win over former LSU cornerback Tre’Davious White and the Buffalo Bills.