Who are the best running back duos in LSU history

Two good running backs are better than one. In the history of the program, LSU has had its fair share of one-two punches at the tailback position. … - Read on Who are the best running back duos in LSU history

Competition At Running Back Will Be Underrated Battle of LSU Spring Practice

What's going on with John Emery? How much have Corey Kiner and Armoni Goodwin improved? How does this room change when transfer Noah Cain arrives? These are all questions running backs coach Frank Wilson and the Tigers' staff will be taking detailed notes to try and answer. — Read on Competition At Running Back Will …

A Dive Into LSU’s Rushing Statistics and Why the Tigers Are Struggling to Get it Off the Ground

Before the 2021 season, did anyone believe that through five games that LSU would average a paltry 70.6 yards rushing per game? How about 2.6 yards per carry? Does being ranked No. 128 out of 130 teams at the FBS level further bewilder anyone? — Read on A Dive Into LSU's Rushing Statistics and Why …

The State of the LSU Football Running Back Room Heading into SEC Play

Before the 2019 season, the history of LSU's offense had always leaned on the run. To almost infuriating levels, the Tigers had a long track history of recruiting elite offensive linemen, running backs and receivers but were relatively one dimensional as an offense.  — Read on The State of the LSU Football Running Back Room …

How many of LSU’s year-by-year rushing leaders since 2000 can you name?

LSU boasts one of the proudest college football histories in the nation, so it’s no surprise that the Tigers program has supplied the NFL with myriad standout running backs over the years. Leonard Fournette, Derrius Guice, Joseph Addai, Kevin Faulk, Dalton Hilliard, and of course, 1959 Heisman Trophy winner Billy Cannon are just a few …

LSU Coach Ed Orgeron Excited By All Four Running Backs Tigers Will Utilize in 2020

The running back position has ebbed and flowed over the years at LSU but it's always remained consistent. You'll have the Leonard Fournette's, the Derrius Guice's or the Clyde Edwards-Helaire's of the world that will handle the bulk of the carries and put up statistically phenomenal numbers. Source: LSU Coach Ed Orgeron Excited By All …

Breaking Down LSU Football’s Running Back Recruiting Part I: Evaluating the Depth Chart & Recruits

Go big or go home. That’s an old saying that may be applied to LSU’s running back recruiting this year. Amongst several prospects the Tigers are going after, there are two players that will be discussed in part two of this article. First, however, let us not forget that LSU coach Ed Orgeron sits on …

Spring Football 2019: Running Backs 

While there’s no actual starter returning, Clyde Edwards-Helaire has equivalent experience after splitting time with Nick Brossette last season. He isn’t necessarily the workhorse type, but he proved his value in spots, including a 145-yard performance against No. 2 Georgia last year.

Riding the ‘hot hand’ paying dividends for LSU running game

Is Clyde Edwards-Helaire a … scatback? Change of pace back? Multi-purpose back fits the bill. Whatever you want to label LSU’s sophomore tailback, he’ll accept it and move on. Just acknowledge he can also run between the tackles. Edwards-Helaire has tallied 403 yards and three touchdowns over the past four games, including a career-best 145 …