In one of the deepest years for receivers in Louisiana history, LSU got one of the three high-end receivers it's after on Saturday.
LSU landed an ESPN 300 quarterback Thursday, and the Tigers did not have to leave Louisiana to get him.
Signing day has its own tradition in Baton Rouge, where for 18 years LSU fans have celebrated the new recruiting class with the Bayou Bash.
Les Miles has gotten a raise and extension with LSU that will pay him $4.3 million per year.
Admittedly nervous moving onto the starting line, Trai Turner's maturity and development paid dividends in bolstering LSU's offense.
Les Miles received a seven-year contract and a raise from LSU on Wednesday, one day after reportedly fielding a lucrative offer to coach at SEC rival Arkansas.
Arkansas reportedly offered the head coaching position to Les Miles. Regardless of the legitimacy of it, Miles has earned a raise and should get one.
Arkansas, Auburn and Tennessee are among programs looking for new coaches. Those new coaches are entering an SEC that's as powerful at the top as ever with six 10-win programs.
LSU's chances at a BCS berth are slim, but with some help from their biggest rivals, the Tigers could be package in the BCS picture.
Despite a host of injuries and off-the-field issues, LSU is set for another 10-win season, which is a testament to what Les Miles has built in Baton Rouge.
Before Saturday's chaos, LSU was likely resigned to a non-BCS bowl fate. Afterward, and even though it's a long shot, LSU is once again in the BCS picture.
LSU's passing game, anemic to start the season, has found a potential rescuer in sophomore wide receiver Jarvis Landry.
LSU is finding its balance and playing its best football of 2012, but come bowl selection time, they will likely get passed by sexier teams
With Zach Mettenberger and the LSU passing game excelling for the second straight week, the Tigers have developed a dimension that they haven't had for some time.
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.
Alabama's game-winning touchdown drive Saturday was the latest in a troubling trend by the Tigers' defense -- the inability to stop a hurry-up offense.