Posted 3:17 AM 12/6/2013
BATON ROUGE - LSU head football coach Les Miles announced Thursday afternoon that suspended running back Jeryl Brazil has been kicked off the team.
Baton Rouge Police obtained an arrest warrant for Brazil earlier Thursday for simple burglary after they said he broke into an apartment on (More)
Posted 12:12 PM 12/4/2013 by Russell Jones
BATON ROUGE - LSU athletics officials confirmed today that Zach Mettenberger will not play the Tigers' bowl game due to his knee injury.
Mettenberger was hurt during LSU's game against Arkansas Friday. ESPN reported Monday night he'd torn his ACL, but the university would not go into (More)
Posted 4:12 AM 12/4/2013
LSU is neither confirming nor denying reports that Zach Mettenberger will miss the Tigers upcoming bowl game with a knee injury.
ESPN is reporting that Mettenberger has a torn ACL and will not return for the last game. Mettenberger left Friday's contest against Arkansas in the 4th quarter after being tackled on a pass play.
LSU sports information director Michael Bonnette said via twitter that an injury update will be coming as soon as tomorrow.
Posted 8:50 AM 12/2/2013 by Russell Jones
BATON ROUGE - The Southeastern Conference named LSU quarterback Anthony Jennings their football Co-Freshman of the Week today for his performance in the Tigers' win over Arkansas.
Jennings came into the game in the fourth quarter to relieve Zach Mettenberger, who was injured in the final (More)
Posted 1:35 PM 12/1/2013 by Brian Holland
ORLANDO - The LSU Tigers kept their final game in the Old Spice Classic close the entire second half, eventually tying the game on an Anthony Hickey three-point shot with :05 left in regulation.
The Tigers would prevail in overtime 70-68 over Butler to go 2-1 in their trip to Orlando.(More)...
Posted 5:31 PM 11/29/2013 by MARK DIDTLER
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. - Austin Nichols scored 19 points, Chris Crawford had 17 and No. 21 Memphis beat LSU 76-69 Friday night in a semifinal at the Old Spice Classic.
The LSU Tigers turned the ball over 24 times in the loss as Memphis capitolized on the LSU miscues.
Anthony Hickey (More)