LSU's Barkevious Mingo and Sam Montgomery are arguably the top defensive end duo in college football
LSU will say goodbye to its 14-man senior class Saturday against Ole Miss. At most positions, the Tigers have replacements ready to step up and star.
LSU was expecting to basically start over on the offensive line next season. But with injuries necessitating the use of several young players, the Tigers are set up well this season and in the future.
Young players have been forced into action and have repeatedly delivered in LSU's defensive backfield. The Tigers enter SEC play looking a solid seven deep in the secondary.
To listen to some experts, USC and LSU are favored to meet for the BCS title in six months. As long as we're having fun with way-too-early projections, let's break down that matchup.
The LSU Tigers have produced talented cornerbacks in Patrick Peterson, Morris Claiborne and Tyrann Mathieu in recent years.
LSU has brought in some of the nation's top recruits, but some players, such as Ryan Perrilloux and Al Woods, never lived up to expectations.
LSU has plenty of holes to fill on offense, including quarterback and wide receiver