LSU Football: Noah Cain says offense is “getting close”

Let’s be honest, at the start of the season, this offense was NOT fun to watch. The first three quarters against Florida State were a snoozefest as far as offense is concerned. The fourth quarter was a different story, but by then, it was a little too late. — Read on

Noah Cain on 2022 LSU offense: ‘We’re getting close’

The LSU Tigers’ offense is looking better and better as the season progresses. Over the offseason, LSU underwent significant change throughout the program, including hiring a new head coach and bringing in Jayden Daniels via the transfer portal to be the team’s new starting quarterback. — Read on

LSU transfer RB Noah Cain thanks Penn State after graduating

After three seasons at Penn State, running back Noah Cain announced in January his transfer to LSU for the 2022 college football season. He graduated from PSU this spring and took to Twitter Thursday with a thankful message to the Nittany Lions while sharing graduation photos. — Read on LSU transfer RB Noah Cain thanks Penn State …

“You going to The Boot, right?” Elite 2019 RB Noah Cain shares story of intense encounter with LSU fan

Noah Cain is an elite 4-star running back in the 2019 class, and he remains uncommitted as the early signing period approaches. Cain, who plays for IMG Academy in Florida, is the No. 7 overall running back in the class of 2019 and the No. 14 overall recruit from Florida, per the 247Sports composite. However, …

Why Noah Cain is a priority for LSU in 2019

It should not come as a surprise that Orgeron and Robinson want to add some major talent to their backfield in 2019. Louisiana is home to three of the nation’s top 15 running backs. Noah Cain, from Baton Rouge, is ranked No. 2 in the nation. Click here to continue reading. #GeauxTigers 

LSU is in a strong position to pair Noah Cain with Tyrion Davis

LSU is looking to add multiple blue-chip running backs to the team in its 2019 recruiting class. The Tigers hold a commitment from 4-star Baton Rouge tailback Tyrion Davis. Another local product is the top contender to join him. Noah Cain, the nation’s No. 2-ranked running back, has made two unofficial visits to LSU this past …