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Oranges't Ya Coming? Ingram Courts Auburn Allumn


Almost exactly a year ago, Mark Ingram learned that he would remain a Saint. In the time since, the visibly relaxed running back has whole-heartedly embraced New Orleans. Now, he is even helping the Saints out in their effort to recruit free agent defensive tackle Nick Fairley.


Fournette's Consolation Prize


Leonard Fournette sixth place finish in the Heisman Trophy voting mirrored the disappointment of the LSU’s 2015 season. However, Fournette’s consolation prize is a bit better than the Tigers’ forthcoming trip to the AdvoCare V100 Texas Bowl. The NOLA native was named to the 2015 AP All-American First Team today.


Southern Hospitality

Tigers Welcome USC to their Den



After the Federal Flood, LSU had to cancel their opener against North Texas and move their Week Two home game against Arizona State University to Tempe. The Tigers did not forgot the experience. After flooding ravaged South Carolina, USC announced that the Gamecocks will have to play a “home game” in Baton Rouge on Saturday (10.10). LSU responded by rolling out the purple carpet.


Flooding May Move USC Game to Tiger Stadium


New Orleanians know a few things about flooding and football teams in diaspora. So, there is little pleasure to be had in the most recent news about LSU’s Saturday (9.10) matchup against the University of South Carolina (USC). The State is reporting that USC may move the SEC showdown to Baton Rouge on account of the devastation in Columbia.


Orange Crush

LSU Defeats Syracuse 34-24



LSU started their season with a pair of statement wins over SEC opponents. The Tigers trip to face unranked Syracuse in upstate New York sounded like weekend vacation after last week. In other words, the matchup had all the makings of a classic trap game—and, it delivered. The Tigers faithful were given a look at the team’s strengths and lots of their weaknesses en route to an uncomfortable 34-24 win.


Near Miss

LSU v. Miss St. Plotlines



After last week’s LSU rainout, the Louisiana football faithful will be treated to two openers this weekend. The Tigers are one of the SEC’s biggest mysteries in 2015. Pundits have picked the Purple n’ Gold to finish everywhere from first to last. Tonight’s game is the conference’s first serious matchup of ranked teams. There will be lots to watch including Leonard Fournette, a pair of high school rivals, and of course, the Mad Hatter.


What The Heck Happened To The LSU Opener?


Last night, the Tiger faithful ended their pregame revelry and settled into their seats to watch LSU take the field against McNeese State. Some people even saw Mike and the Golden Band from Tigerland not to mention about five minutes of play, but the game was ultimately cancelled. NoDef has a breakdown for you explaining just what happened last night.


Grave Consequences: LSU Senate Debates Tomb for Mike the Tiger


Cemeteries are part of South Louisiana culture. So is Louisiana State University football. One grad student at LSU thinks that two staples are not  that far removed from one another. Tim Landry introduced a bill into the Student Government Senate urging the creation of a tomb or mausoleum for the beloved mascot Mike the Tiger.


SEC Joins Campaign Against Sexual Assault on Campus (Video)


The Southeastern Conference (SEC) actually involves much more than athletics. Today, the conference tooks steps to address one of the larger problems at any university. LSU and the 13 other SEC schools have partnered up with the White House’s “It’s On Us” campaign to fight sexual assault on campus. Today, the initiative rolled out a different kind of advertisement which will become a staple during Tigers’ games.


Sunday Morning Quarterback

Takeaways from LSU's 30-27 Win Over Florida



LSU edged out 30-27 win in a nail biter against Florida on Saturday (10.12) night. The nail biter was LSU’s first SEC win, and handed the troubled squad some momentum as they eye tough match ups against Alabama, Ole Miss, Arkansas, and Texas A&M in the weeks ahead. Top Freshman recruit Leaonard Fornette looked as if he is coming into his own as did the defense. QB Anthony Jennings did not.


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