The Freshman Frenzy: Freshman starters that played like veterans for LSU football

LSU started three freshmen in Saturday’s game against Mississippi State. Any time a freshman starts for any team it's always going to be tough, and everyone has their eyes all on them to see how they match up. However, these freshmen held their own and could be consistent starters. — Read on

LSU Football: Two Tigers named true freshman All-Americans by On3

Both Campbell and Perkins are set to have impactful freshmen seasons on the bayou for coach Brian Kelly and the LSU Tigers. Campbell has been penciled in as the starting left tackle for the Tigers since he arrived on campus in the spring. — Read on

A closer look at LSU’s six redshirt freshmen in 2022

LSU’s 2021 class was thrust into the spotlight last season as true freshmen, with many starting multiple games in their first year on campus due to injuries, COVID, and other factors that plagued the Tigers in the midst of another middling season. There were mistakes, but there were also flashes of excellence from Maason Smith, …


Upon his Spring arrival at LSU, no one placed significance on where O'Dowd came from, remaining unfazed when they read "Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School" on his bio....but if they had seen the name Parkland, perhaps the lightbulb would've gone off. — Read on MATT O'DOWD'S LSU ODYSSEY

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

LSU may go younger to rebound from failed first test

Many of us have taken a test during to opening of week of school and failed miserably, either due to underestimating the material, not preparing/studying or because the questions overwhelmed us. Which category does LSU fit into following the eye-opening loss to UCLA? Perhaps a little of all. — Read on

LSU Football: Ed Orgeron’s quote about true freshman should excite fans

LSU football head coach Ed Orgeron might be one of the best interviews in all of sports. And it’s not because of his signature “Geaux Tigahs!” that ends every interview. It’s because Coach O is genuine and candid. Orgeron doesn’t bore reporters (and fans) with coach speak. He gives great answers that provide plenty of …