LSU’S BEST XI OF 2021: XI

by LONN PHILLIPS SULLIVAN @LonnPhillips Today, we begin to count down the XI Top Tigers of 2021, and much like last season's Top 10 Tigers of 2020 list, we were forced to analyze a season which will live on as a dangerous time for LSU, a scary year full of uncertainty and disappointment.... — Read …

Max Johnson will join his brother at Texas A&M

Max Johnson now has his new team according to On3 Sports. He will join his younger brother Jake, who signed with the Texas A&M Aggies. There was some thought that they might head to Florida State but once Jake signed with the Aggies, it was only a matter of time before the elder Johnson would …

Max Johnson still QB1

Max Johnson took an absolute beating in Oxford, and struggled a bit with his accuracy. But, Coach Orgeron said don’t read too much into Garrett Nussmeier getting some playing time against Ole Miss. — Read on Max Johnson still QB1

Max Johnson on focus in final four games, where LSU is offensively

LSU quarterback Max Johnson spoke with the media during the bye week to talk about the team's focus down the stretch, where he wants to improve and some of his teammates that have stood out. Here's what he said during his media availability. — Read on Max Johnson on focus in final four games, where …

IN FOCUS: LSU Quarterback Max Johnson – LSU

Max Johnson dreams of lifting national championship trophies while confetti falls from the sky. He aspires to hoist Heismans high overhead as the nation’s best player. Like most of his peers, he intends to add the sport’s most sought-after hardware to his personal collection. — Read on IN FOCUS: LSU Quarterback Max Johnson

LSU Football’s Shift to Up Tempo Offense Already Paying Off for QB Max Johnson

Max Johnson looks to have taken the next step as the leader for Coach Ed Orgeron’s group. Through three weeks, Johnson is second in the nation in passing touchdowns and his efficiency is off the charts, despite lackluster play from his offensive line. — Read on LSU Football's Shift to Up Tempo Offense Already Paying …

LSU Football: How do Max Johnson and Will Rogers measure up?

Saturday will feature a pair of young quarterbacks looking to duke it out. Both of them played in six or more games last season but neither saw action in the LSU-Mississippi State game from a season ago. Last year’s starters in Myles Brennan (injury) and KJ Costello (NFL free agent) are gone, it turns to …

LSU Tigers QB joined elite company in school history

The LSU Tigers got the offense rolling early on against the Central Michigan Chippewas on Saturday night. A huge reason why was due to the play of sophomore quarterback Max Johnson and the LSU receivers. Johnson would finish with 372 yards and five touchdown passes. He found Deion Smith twice, Jack Bech, Kayshon Boutte, and …