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Tyrann Mathieu Tells Teams How He’s Changed and Why He’s Ready For the NFL

Thursday, March 28th, 2013

It's been a roller coaster of a couple years for Tyrann Mathieu, the former Heisman Trophy finalist who found himself without a team after off-the-field issues. Now Mathieu hopes to hear his name called at the upcoming NFL Draft. The process to getting there has obviously included meetings with potential ...

Barkevious Mingo Says He Can Be a Defensive End in a 4-3 Defense

Monday, March 11th, 2013

At the end of the 2011 season, LSU defensive lineman Barkevious Mingo looked like a future NFL star. Tall, athletic, fast and explosive, Mingo created havoc for opposing offenses in the SEC. A little bit of the shine was taken away from Mingo this year though as he didn't have ...

Les Miles, LSU Host Alabama In A Battle Of Top-Five Teams

Wednesday, October 31st, 2012

We've arrived at yet another Alabama-LSU throwdown that comes with major implications. The top-ranked Crimson Tide are undefeated on the season but skeptics question their strength of schedule up to this point. No. 5 LSU has a loss on its docket to Florida, but gets to host the game and ...

Texas A&M Gears Up For Big Game Against LSU

Thursday, October 18th, 2012

Texas A&M is wasting any time proving it can play in the SEC. The Aggies lost by just three points to Florida to open the season, but they've rattled off five straight victories since then and have themselves in the top 20 in the BCS rankings. But we'll really get ...

Les Miles, LSU Tigers Face Their Greatest Test Yet Against Florida

Thursday, October 4th, 2012

The LSU Tigers are no strangers to a top-five national ranking, and they're right there once again in 2012. That said, they've played a pretty vanilla schedule outside of a 12-10 victory at Auburn on Sept. 22. That will change this weekend as coach Les Miles will take his team ...

Alabama Coach Nick Saban Uses Tyrann Mathieu Situation as a Teaching Tool

Wednesday, August 22nd, 2012

Nick Saban and other college coaches surely aren't gloating about the fact that one of the nation's premiere players, LSU's Tyrann Mathieu, is no longer with the program. That said, they do have to take a hard look at the situation and use it as an example for their own ...

Mark Richt: Regardless of Background, College Players Must Meet University’s Expectations

Wednesday, August 15th, 2012

Mark Richt wasn't asked specifically about the Tyrann Mathieu situation at LSU in this interview, but the hosts found ways to ask the Georgia Bulldogs coach about discipline and recruiting players with tough backgrounds. Essentially, Richt says you must treat all players the same and they must all live up ...

Tyrann Mathieu Hopes Another Standout Season Springboards Him to the NFL

Monday, March 5th, 2012

Tyrann Mathieu is still picking up all the awards and accolades he earned after breaking out at LSU this past year. The Heisman Trophy finalist is also taking time to take a little bit of a look forward to next year. Mathieu describes next year's Tigers team as one that ...

Former LSU Quarterback Jordan Jefferson: I Would Have Changed the Play-Calling In the BCS Championship Game If I Could Have

Thursday, February 9th, 2012

The BCS National Championship game was played exactly a month ago today and former LSU quarterback Jordan Jefferson has finally come out and said what pretty much everyone else in the country was thinking. Now getting ready for the NFL combine and reflecting on that game, Jefferson says LSU didn't ...

Oklahoma State Coach Mike Gundy Would Have Pressed the Tempo in Title Game

Thursday, January 12th, 2012

Mike Gundy isn't sitting here saying that his team would have beaten whoever it played in the national championship game. He is ultimately saying, however, that his Oklahoma State Cowboys likely would have made for a more entertaining game against LSU. The Cowboys ranked second in the FBS in scoring and ...