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LSU’s next No. 18? Jacob Hester already supports one Tiger for the honor

If you missed it, both Lloyd Cushenberry and K’Lavon Chaisson have declared early for the 2020 NFL Draft and will not be returning for their senior seasons in Baton Rouge. With both of them leaving the LSU program, Ed Orgeron has to find a new No. 18 for next season. Source: LSU's next No. 18? …

LSU, players given cash by Odell Beckham Jr. unlikely to face significant NCAA penalties

LSU is unlikely to face any significant penalties from the NCAA stemming from some of its players seemingly accepting cash from Odell Beckham Jr. after the College Football National Championship on Monday night, two compliance experts told CBS Sports. Source: LSU, players given cash by Odell Beckham Jr. unlikely to face significant NCAA penalties - …

An updated look at potential returning players for LSU

A lot has happened since the first list of potential returning players for LSU went out. Amidst the program-shifting decisions of seven players deciding to leave for the NFL, the LSU Tigers still have players that will return for the 2020 college football season. Source: An updated look at potential returning players for LSU  

Nothing more to prove? LSU’s Joe Burrow passes on the Senior Bowl

Joe Burrow accomplished just about everything that could possibly be accomplished on the gridiron this season. Following an incredible run that saw LSU win the SEC championship, the national championship and Burrow taking home the Heisman Trophy in the largest landslide vote in the award’s history, the quarterback is expected by many to be the …

Joe Burrow addresses crowd at LSU’s championship celebration

For the final time, members of the 2019 LSU football team gathered on campus to commemorate their undefeated national championship season with a celebration inside Pete Maravich Assembly Center in Baton Rouge, La. Former LSU fullback Jacob Hester, a member of the Tigers’ last championship team of 2007, emceed the event and had a quick …

Is LSU 1-and-done, or should Alabama be concerned about the new champions?

Ed Orgeron and Joe Burrow stood on the hastily arranged stage under the streamers and confetti descending from the rafters with grins on their faces. They cradled the College Football Playoff trophy, all 24-karat gold and bronze and stainless steel, like the 35-pound newborn that it was. Source: Is LSU 1-and-done, or should Alabama be …

Buut Slap Gate update: Superdome officer reportedly does not want to press charges against Odell Beckham Jr.

Looks like Odell Beckham Jr. is free to continue his slapping ways. That’s because the Superdome police officer that was slapped on the behind by the former LSU standout receiver following the Tigers’ national championship victory in the team’s locker room is reportedly not interested in press charges against Beckham, according to NOLA.com. Source: Slapgate …

Where LSU Football Stands After 2020 NFL Draft Decisions

There will be plenty of turnover with the LSU program from a coaching and player personnel standpoint in 2020. The Tigers lost nine veteran starters from the national championship team but also returned seven players that will be significant pieces for the team next year. Source: Where LSU Football Stands After 2020 NFL Draft Decisions …

A party only Louisiana could throw: a national championship celebration for LSU and the state 

As the crowd around Dalrymple Drive thickened in anticipation of the start of LSU’s national championship parade, 78-year old Louisianan Lane Babin stood in a rare patch of unoccupied ground and soaked everything in. Tigers’ fans came out in droves Saturday morning to attend the coronation of the 15-0 champions of the 2019 college football …

LSU Tigers celebrate national championship win with parade, fanfare

The LSU football team celebrated with the Baton Rouge community with a parade and much fanfare after the team’s national championship game win. The team rolled out in parade on LSU campus on Saturday, Ja. 18, before entering the PMAC for other LSU festivities. Source: LSU Tigers celebrate national championship win with parade, fanfare  

LSU’s ready to let the good times roll as it preps for future without Joe Burrow, Joe Brady, Dave Aranda

  The school, the state, this city is at all-time high still celebrating LSU's fourth national championship. "I do believe it's one of the greatest accomplishments in college football history," Orgeron reiterated. "We didn't have a bad game."Now, what's next? Source: LSU's ready to let the good times roll as it preps for future without …