49ers could be interested in former LSU Tiger Odell Beckham trade

While there's been talk on this New Year's Day about the possibility of the 49ers someday hooking up with Antonio Brown, another report surfaced that suggested the receiver the 49ers could be more interested in is Odell Beckham of the New York Giants, if he were to become available.  

Terrence Alexander says his punch in Fiesta Bowl ‘not an indictment’ of LSU team

LSU cornerback Terrence Alexander took to Twitter to address his Fiesta Bowl ejection, saying that his actions shouldn’t be a reflection of LSU’s team. Alexander punched UCF receiver Gabriel Davis moments after LSU recovered a fumble forced by Devin White in the first quarter. The two were scuffling on the UCF sideline before Alexander threw …

Dandy Don’s LSU Recruiting and Sports News 

Good morning, Tiger Fans, First off, it was great hearing from so many of you yesterday about Tuesday’s win and the 2018 football season. As promised, I’ve selected several of your messages (eight to be exact) to share in today’s Mail Call.    

Former LSU player Matt Branch critically injured in hunting accident

Matt Branch, an offensive lineman for LSU from 2009-2011, is in critical condition after a hunting accident in Mississippi. Branch was struck in the left leg by an accidental discharge from a shotgun during a duck hunting trip in Eagle Lake, Mississippi, according to a Go Fund Me page established to help his family with expenses. He …

LSU’s Grant Delpit on targeting ejection: ‘Impossible, this is not football anymore’ 

LSU's star safety Grant Delpit was ejected for targeting in the Fiesta Bowl against UCF; he was not a fan of the decision. The play happened in the first half when a UCF reciever caught a pass, then turned in the direction of Delpit as the safety came in to make a tackle. Their helmets …

LSU’s Nick Brossette breaks 1,000 yard-mark in Fiesta Bowl; 13th Tigers RB to reach mark

LSU starting running back Nick Brossette has become LSU's 13th 1,000 yard rusher in school history. Brossette entered the game needing 78 rushing yards, and on an 11-yard run in the third quarter, the senior from University High hit that mark exactly. The Tigers have now had a 1,000-yard rusher in six consecutive seasons, dating back …

College football world rejoices after LSU snaps UCF’s 25-game winning streak

The Knights have been talking a lot over the past couple of years, and now the Tigers have taken them down a peg with a strong performance. On Twitter after the game, fans reveled in the Knights’ loss. As you can see below, there were plenty of people saying UCF couldn’t hang in the SEC …

LSU’s Michael Divinity focused on task at hand

LSU linebacker Michael Divinity is an integral piece on LSU’s defense and knows he needs to dial things up a couple notches in the PlayStation Fiesta Bowl with LSU down five starters on defense. Divinity spoke about keys to stopping the Knights and more in the Q&A below.    

Avery Atkins’ kickoff style is all wrong but oh so right for LSU 

Avery Atkins’ technique is all wrong. When most kickers launch into a ball on a kickoff they make a hurdling motion with both feet coming off the ground, imparting as much weight and energy into the ball as possible. “I pretty much eliminate that from my kick,” Atkins said Sunday at Fiesta Bowl media day. …

LSU’s Devin White respects UCF, but 2017 national title claim just ’embarrassing’

Devin White thinks highly of UCF and its 25-game winning streak, but doesn't think much of the school's claim to a 2017 national championship. Asked Saturday if he had seen quotes from his teammates Friday that UCF was coming into Tuesday’s Fiesta Bowl against LSU to try to win another national championship, the Tigers' All-American …

“It all worked out” – LSU’s Terrence Alexander set to cap winding college career with a Fiesta Bowl start 

The additions of quarterback Joe Burrow and kicker Cole Tracy are widely credited as two of the pivotal moves that helped shape LSU’s improbable season. LSU wouldn’t be preparing to play UCF in the Fiesta Bowl had those two graduate transfers not made their way to Baton Rouge. Nobody in their right mind would argue …