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Tiger Rag Extra
Tiger Rag Extra is Tiger Rag’s new, FREE publication. All across Baton Rouge, you can find The Bible of LSU Sports six times a year. Pick up a copy, and grab some for your friends.
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Football Preview is here, and it’s better than ever.
In this year’s edition of Tiger Rag’s signature magazine, we outline 16 reasons we think LSU can — and, in our opinion, will — win the national title in 2016.
No. 1? No. 7. Leonard Fournette is LSU’s star player, and associate editor James Moran breaks down what powers the Tigers’ touchdown machine. (Hint: she’s the star of his Instagram account).
No. 6 is No. 6. We think Brandon Harris is in for a big year. Cody Worsham has the scoop.
We also break down LSU position by position, look at the SEC and national scenes, highlight LSU’s loaded senior class, and look at new defensive coordinator Dave Aranda and the 3-4 defense he is installing.
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Volume 1, Issue 1 of Tiger Rag Extra focuses on LSU’s trifecta of stars: Ben Simmons, Leonard Fournette, and Alex Lange. Each is arguably the most talented player in his sport across the entire country. How does having three iconic athletes on LSU’s campus at the same time affect Baton Rouge?
Also in our first issue, we highlight the 10 year anniversary of the 2006 LSU Final Four team, in their own words, while breaking down LSU’s 2016 football signing class.
Vol. 1, Issue 2: Married to the Game
Volume 1, Issue 2 of Tiger Rag Extra profiles the wives of LSU’s head coaches. Kathy Miles, Kelli Jones and Karen Mainieri sat down with Tiger Rag to chat about the challenges and joys of being married to the game.
Also in this month’s issue, we give a spring football over of LSU ahead of a promising 2016 season, preview the 2016 NFL Draft, and dish our our annual golf guide, with the best courses to play in Louisiana and an exclusive interview with former Tiger turned Masters’ contender Smylie Kaufman.
Vol. 1, Issue 3: The Legends Issue
Our third annual Legends Issue is full of profiles of past Tiger greats. On the cover is Pete Maravich, who arrived at LSU 50 years ago this fall. Editor Cody Worsham profiles the 1966-67 LSU freshman basketball season, during which Maravich began his legacy of brilliance. Associate editor James Moran also profiles Rusty Domingue, the Legend That Never Was. Domingue’s tale of near-murder and redemption is one you won’t want to miss.
Other profiles include Collis Temple and his sons, Warren Morris, Charles Alexander and Jerry Stovall’s long-enduring friendship, and more.