LSU’s offense is no longer in the “survival mode” it was in at this time last season, but six days into fall camp even though the Tigers are “three rungs” above where they were at this point a year ago, offensive coordinator Mike Denbrock said on Thursday the unit still has a long way to go to get to where it wants to be. He said he was happy with the progress to this point.
Back on LSU’s April 6 Pro Day in advance of the 2022 NFL Draft, Derek Stingley Jr. was asked the question so many of the greats get asked at some point in their career. […]
After a first season filled with personal highlights and achievements, LSU’s Eli Ricks has bigger goals for Tigers’ defense
The more he talked about the moment, the wider LSU sophomore cornerback Eli Ricks’ smile got. He acknowledged having discussions with his position coach Corey Raymond on end zone etiquette after returning interceptions for touchdowns, […]
This week’s experiment for LSU’s football team became apparent from the first time the Tigers touched the football. The Tigers were intent on getting quarterback Jayden Daniels into an early groove and particularly from the […]