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Relax, LSU’s running game will be just fine … just not in time for Spring game

As spring practice winds down, the Tigers don’t have enough scholarship running backs available to form a committee. But the committee should reconvene in time for preseason practice and be bigger and better than it was last season. — Read on

John Emery decision gives LSU running back room plenty of options in 2023

LSU’s running back situation gained all the clarity it needed as one of the deepest groups in terms of numbers this offseason. With John Emery electing not to enter the 2023 NFL draft, the Tigers will return all four pieces of the backfield from 2022, while adding two pairs of fresh legs in Louisiana prospects …

Brian Kelly expresses excitement for LSU’s depth at running back

Even with Emery out to begin the year, there are a number of capable players in the running back room for LSU. Kelly went in depth on that position over the weekend, naming a number of players that could be big contributors on offense this season. — Read on

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 …