LSU Tigers top Florida to claim at least a share of the Southeastern Conference...

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http://blog.nola.com/lsusports/2009/02/lsu_tigers_top_florida_to_clai.html BATON ROUGE -- LSU held the last parade on Fat Tuesday, and the reward was no mere handful of beads. The No. 18-ranked Tigers waltzed...

LSU WR Terrance Toliver, hoops freshman Dennis Harris arrested

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http://www.usatoday.com/sports/college/2010-03-07-lsu-players-arrested_N.htm LSU wide receiver Terrance Toliver was arrested early Sunday morning by Baton Rouge Police on charges of interfering with a police officer, disturbing the...

LSU Tigers have bone to pick with Georgia Bulldogs

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http://blog.nola.com/lsusports/2008/10/lsu_tigers_have_bone_to_pick_w.html BATON ROUGE -- LSU football players insisted Monday they have the Bulldogs, not Georgia, on their minds. The two traditional powers haven't played each other...

Breaking down Texas’ and LSU’s offensive woes

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Breaking down Texas' and LSU's offensive woes Well, let's start with both teams' offensive identities: What are they? For three years, I haven't been able...

Position battles to watch as fall camp begins

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Position battles to watch as fall camp begins LSU tailback: The Tigers struggled mightily on the ground last season, ranking 11th in the SEC and...

Supposed UNC breakout season begins amid turmoil

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Supposed UNC breakout season begins amid turmoil The ongoing probe comes a little more than a month after the school and NCAA began looking into...

If Nick Saban is David Lee Roth, is Les Miles Sammy Hagar?

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LSU Football & Van Halen: Rock Gods Roughly 20 years later Nick Saban was the DLR of college football. His band was kicking some serious...

LSU acknowledges violations

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LSU acknowledges violations LSU has acknowledged NCAA violations in a report outlining the university's internal investigation into the recruiting of defensive tackle Akiem Hicks. In the...

Skip Bertman’s Last Day on the Job

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http://www.andthevalleyshook.com/2008/6/30/561439/skip-bertman-s-last-day-on One of the most successful careers in LSU athletics comes to a sort of close today, as Skip Bertman, overseer of 5 National Championships as the LSU baseball coach, and overseer of 2 National Championships and 3 SEC Championships in football, 4 Final Four appearances in women's basketball, one Final Four appearance in men's basketball, two College World Series appearances in baseball, and countless other accomplishments, steps down as Athletic Director today. He'll be gone, but he won't go far. He remains with the program in a fund-raising capacity. Officially, his title is "Athletic Director Emeritus." He leaves his post with LSU football, LSU baseball, LSU track, LSU women's basketball, and LSU gymnastics all appearing to have bright futures. He has overseen the hiring of a football coach, the hiring of a baseball coach, the hiring of two women's head basketball coaches, and the hiring of a men's basketball coach. His football hiree has been an unqualified success. The women's basketball coaches have both had success on the court. The latest baseball coach appears headed to great things. We'll have to wait and see on the basketball coach, but there are high hopes. andthevalleyshook 6/30/08

Heisman Watch: Does Peterson have a shot?

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Heisman Watch: Does Peterson have a shot? LSU cornerback Patrick Peterson is locking down receivers the same way former Michigan cornerback Charles Woodson did back...

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