LSU Football Recruiting: 2023 four-star WR releases top 12 schools

The LSU Tigers are looking to add to their 2023 recruiting class, they currently hold one commitment in the cycle. A four-star wide receiver from DeSoto, Texas, Johntay Cook II recently released his top 12 schools. The Tigers find themselves in the running for his pledge. — Read on

McNeese State is next up for LSU football; learn more about the Cowboys’ offense, defense here

Orgeron, a three-year starter, threw for a career-high 361 yards and two TDs in the loss to West Florida. The Cowboys, who netted 484 total yards, got 73 rushing yards from Huderson, a Tulane transfer. Matthews, a Baton Rouge native, was a second-team preseason All-Southland pick. — Read on

Everything Ed Orgeron said after LSU’s loss to UCLA

LSU head coach Ed Orgeron met with the media after the loss to UCLA. Here's everything Orgeron said about the loss, what's next for the Tigers and where things went wrong. — Read on

UCLA Pulls Away from LSU, 38-27

Sophomore quarterback Max Johnson started for the third time in his LSU career, completing 26-of-46 passes for 330 yards and three touchdowns. He was intercepted once and sacked twice. LSU struggled to find momentum in its running game, finishing with 48 net yards on 25 carries. — Read on

LSU QB Max Johnson just made the worst throw ever

We are only two years removed from Joe Burrow being the freaking Geauxt, and we have to settle for Max Johnson throwing the most horrendous shovel pass ever for the LSU football team. — Read on

Report: Crazy Fact About LSU Football Fans At Rose Bowl

UCLA doesn’t get too many good turnouts from its own fans in most games. But the Rose Bowl was pretty full on Saturday, mostly thanks to the LSU fan-base. Tigers fans didn’t just show up, though. They brought all the energy and came prepared to have a good time. — Read on