LSU Winners and Losers: Central Michigan

Three weeks into the 2021 season, LSU finally played at or near its talent level. I won’t be so bold to say that the coaching staff has fixed every single flaw on this team and are setting themselves up for a 14-1 finish (it was Central Michigan after all). But, as Poseur said in the …

LSU Football: Images from the Tigers 49-21 win over Central Michigan

It was a good night for the good guys in purple as the LSU Tigers took care of business. The defense was swarming, it felt like they picked up where they left off against the McNeese Cowboys one week ago. The defense racked up another five sacks in this game, after positing eight against McNeese. …

Tigers Go Fast Behind Smith, Other Freshmen

Deion Smith put Tiger Stadium on notice Saturday — but it was nothing the coaching staff hadn’t seen before.  In fact, his breakout night, which culminated with two touchdowns and 135 yards receiving, was a performance head coach Ed Orgeron knew Smith had in store all along.  — Read on

Johnson passes for 5 TDs, LSU tops Cent. Michigan, 49-21

Max Johnson passed for 372 yards and a career-best five touchdowns in less than three quarters, LSU defensive end Andre Anthony returned a fumble for a 33-yard score, and the Tigers topped Central Michigan 49-21 on Saturday night. — Read on

LSU hopes to fix its laundry list of problems vs. Central Michigan

A month ago when LSU looked at its 2021 schedule, no matter how the opener at UCLA on Sept. 4 would transpire, the next two non-conference games against McNeese on Sept. 11 and Central Michigan this weekend appeared to be outings the Tigers could fine-tune things heading into the Sept. 25 SEC opener at Mississippi …

Central Michigan football vs. LSU: Time, TV schedule, game preview, score

LSU bounced back with a less-than-spectacular 34-7 home victory against FCS opponent McNeese State and conclude their pre-SEC schedule when they host Central Michigan on Saturday night. It’s a final opportunity to work out the rough spots before a relentless SEC slate hits full force. — Read on