Ju’Juan Johnson announces decommitment from Colorado, LSU new favorite

Deion Sanders and his Colorado program dominated the recruiting game for several months heading into their 2023 spring game. Shortly after, the tables were turned, and the Buffaloes suffered their first major recruiting losses in the Coach Prime era. — Read on usatodayhss.com/2023/jujuan-johnson-favored-to-pick-lsu-after-decommitment-from-colorado

LSU Football Fan Olivia Dunne named one of the sexiest sportswomen alive in 2023

The hottest name in college sports currently - in both senses of the word - Dunne has taken gymnastics and social media by storm in recent years. She's already a millionaire aged just 20. — Read on http://www.dailystar.co.uk/sport/gallery/meet-sexiest-sportswomen-alive-2023-29802396.amp

LSU among 8 teams that are top threats to Georgia

Brian Kelly stockpiled talented transfers to address a vulnerability in the defensive secondary, and LSU looks sturdy elsewhere. Jayden Daniels and Garrett Nussmeier combine to give the Tigers two of the SEC's better quarterbacks. They highlight an offense that returned nine starters. Year 2 of the Kelly era is poised to be better than his …

D.I.T.R: Savoy Guidry

Our newest D.I.T.R. is Class of 2027 athlete Savoy Guidry. Savoy is a 5’10” 156 hybrid defensive back for his team in the Holy Cross High School Crusaders. At his hybrid position, Guidry lines up at cornerback and free safety. — Read on gridironfootballusa.com/d-i-t-r-savoy-guidry/

LSU’s first-round picks in NFL draft since 2000

The LSU Tigers have a long and complicated history with the first round in the NFL draft. They have some of the worst busts of the 2000s to go along with some of the best players of the 2020s. — Read on 247sports.com/college/lsu/LongFormArticle/LSU-football-first-round-picks-in-NFL-draft-since-2000-208891304/Amp/

Ali Gaye NFL Draft Profile

Born in the Republic of Gambia (West Africa), Ali Gaye did not arrive in the United States until he was already 12 years old. His father moved to the U.S. in 2007, but Ali and the rest of the family had to wait until 2012 when his mother applied for asylum. — Read on ontapsportsnet.com/

SEC to consider harsher penalties for field-storming, including the loss of a home game, forfeiting wins

Fans storming the field after a big win feels like a tradition throughout college sports. It’s a way of sharing in the moment with the team and community. However, the SEC has made it clear that they want this practice to end, levying massive fines to teams that see their fans take the field in …