LSU's sophomore receiver brings home the program's second ever Fred Biletnikoff Award as college football's best wide receiver. He joins Josh Reed as the only winners in school history.
LSU's star safety joins Patrick Peterson and Morris Claiborne, as winners of the Jim Thorpe Award as the nation's best defensive back.
This Was One Of The Hardest Decisions I Have Had To Make, But I Know I’m Making The Right Decision . Time To Start Getting Ready To Win The National Championship This Year❗️ #GeauxTigers pic.twitter.com/HsHk69e9Cc— Michael Divinity (@Tht_Boy_Mike) January 8, 2019
The good news keeps coming for LSU. A day after Breiden Fehoko decided he was staying on for another year with the Tigers, Jr LB Michael Divinity has also decided to stay on for another run in 2019. Depending on who else decides to stay or go, including Devin White, Divinity will return as one of LSU's leading defenders, looking to improve on his 5 sack, 10.5 TFL mark set this past season.
Get a first look at what will be a bedrock recruit for LSU's new head coach Will Wade.
Just a note to any Baton Rouge readers -- for the remainder of the season, yours truly will be hosting sports trivia Wednesday nights at the Buffalo Wild Wings on Highland Road near the North Gates of Campus. Come on out and have some fun -- always up for meeting readers.
Football is so close you can taste it.
Check out the Voice's call of the Tiger first baseman's 400-plus-foot bomb to give the Tigers the lead!
Check out the Ruston Rifle!
Here's a clip from the Big Ten Network of new LSU DC Dave Aranda explaining to former LSU HC Gerry DiNardo (who is excellent on BTN by the way) how he creates a pass rush with 3 or less down linemen. It's an excellent look at a small portion of what Aranda is bringing to LSU
Ben Simmons with a sick oop to Tim Quarterman, NBA Jam style.