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LSU head coaches react to Brian Kelly hire

Brian Kelly is now the third head coaching hire LSU Athletics Director Scott Woodward has made this year, but the current coaches of the Purple and Gold already have some advice for the Tigers' new head football coach. → Read More

Southern folds, brawl ensues in Jaguars loss against Jackson State

nterim head coach Jason Rollins took the “no comment” route, but what was heartbreak on the Bluff turned into a brawl. Southern and Jackson State players began fighting, following the final play of the game → Read More

LSU assistants continue to struggle amid job uncertainty

BATON ROUGE, La. – LSU’s loss to Ole Miss was another example of the Tigers’ coaching struggles. The Bayou Bengals scored on the offense’s opening drive against the Rebels, but LSU did not add to its point total until the fourth quarter. The Tigers will use the open date to self-scout, and one thing LSU will […] → Read More

Undermanned LSU defense prepares for round two versus the Lane Train

BATON ROUGE, La. – Six takeaways and one sack were the only positive takeaways LSU’s defense had against Ole Miss last year. The Rebels racked up 558 total yards of offense and dueled LSU until the last possession. This season the Lane Train has the third-best total offense in the country, and a Heisman hopeful […] → Read More

LSU’s run game continues its downward trend

BATON ROUGE, La. – LSU’s run game continues to get worse. The Tigers entered Saturday averaging 2.9 yards per carry, and the Bayou Bengals ground attack didn’t even reach its season average against the opposing Tigers. LSU finished with 33 net rushing yards on 25 carries, and when Auburn took away Max Johnson’s main target Kayshon […] → Read More

‘I’m responsible,’ Coach O takes full blame for LSU’s offensive struggles

BATON ROUGE, La. – “Ultimately, I’m responsible.” “I’m fully responsibility.” “I’m gonna take full responsibility.” “That is totally my responsibility.” LSU Head Coach Ed Orgeron repeatedly st… → Read More

LSU’s defensive line highlights Tigers’ first fall camp scrimmage

BATON ROUGE, La. – LSU’s defense, in particular that of the defensive line, shined in the first preseason game of camp for the Tigers here Saturday afternoon in Tiger Stadium. Saturday’s scrimmage was the first of two for the Tigers before opening the season on Saturday, September 4 against UCLA in the Rose Bowl in Pasadena. […] → Read More

Southern takes light day of practice ahead of first scrimmage

BATON ROUGE, La. – Southern football will hold its first scrimmage of fall camp Saturday morning. During the preseason, the Jags have preached “less time, more reps” as their new motto, but in the last two days, interim head coach Jason Rollins gave the team a breather. Friday’s practice had no pads and lasted only one […] → Read More

Pro Football Hall of Fame will be Manning family celebration

THIBODAUX, La. – The Manning Passing Academy returned, after the pandemic forced the camp to cancel in 2020, but soon to be Hall-of-Famer Peyton Manning drew attention Thursday, as the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s induction ceremony will soon arrive. “I’m looking forward to it. I get to see a couple old teammates: Edgerrin James, going […] → Read More

Fifth time’s the charm: Langston Galloway reaches NBA Finals

PHOENIX, Az. (BRPROUD.com) – Langston Galloway has been a journeyman in the NBA, since entering the league with the New York Knicks in the 2015 season. In 2020, Galloway finished his third and final year with the Detroit Pistons, but the franchise didn’t qualify for the NBA Orlando Bubble. After his season abruptly ended, Galloway chose […] → Read More

Why Jay Johnson’s west coach connections will help in the SEC

BATON ROUGE, La. – Continuing the championship standard will new LSU head baseball coach Jay Johnson job to maintain. Johnson came off a six-year run at Arizona, where he led the Wildcats to two College World Series appearances. In 2016, Johnson became the fifth coach in college baseball history to lead his team to the College […] → Read More

Harrison Pulls Off Epic Double at U.S. Olympic Trials

Baton Rouge, La. – It’s official. JuVaughn Harrison, aka Mr. Jumps, is headed to the Tokyo Olympics. Harrison won two U.S. titles on Sunday at Hayward Field to close out the U.S. Olympic Trials. He won the high jump with a clearance of 7’ 7.75” (2.33 meters) in the afternoon, and returned to competition as the […] → Read More

LSU AD issues statement on future of fall football season

BATON ROUGE, La. – LSU Athletics director Scott Woodward released a statement on the SEC’s progress with the 2020 season. “We remain steadfast in our approach in the Southeastern Conference, taking all the available time to gather as much information as possible in order to make informed decisions. We are united in our process and […] → Read More

Four-star LB Greg Penn commits to LSU

BATON ROUGE, La. – Greg Penn, III, the number nine inside linebacker in the country according to 247 Sports, committed to LSU Sunday afternoon. The four-star linebacker announced his decision on Twitter, becoming the Tigers 16th commit for the 2021 class. LSU’s 2021 class ranks 5th in the country and second in the SEC, behind […] → Read More

District attorney plans to seek death penalty against accused shooter of Baton Rouge police officers

BATON ROUGE, La. (BRProud.com) -- East Baton Rouge Parish District Attorney Hillar Moore announced he will seek the death penalty against the man who shot and killed a 21-year-veteran Baton Rouge police officer while critically injuring another. → Read More

LSU’s starting lineup not set with season on the horizon

BATON ROUGE, La. – LSU’s 2019 season ended in the Super Regionals with a loss to Florida State, and that series ended the final season of significant Tiger veterans. The Bayou Bengals now have the task of replacing those leaders with 10 new faces. “It hasn’t been often in the 14 years that I’ve been […] → Read More

EXCLUSIVE: 1-on-1 with John Bel Edwards at LSU Championship Parade

BATON ROUGE, La. – LSU’s Tiger Band filing into the Pete Maravich Assembly Center, a sea of purple and gold fans entering the final destination of their team’s championship parade, the Bayou Bengals celebrated their 15-0, undefeated season at the university’s campus Saturday, January 18th. Before entering the PMAC, Governor John Bel Edwards spoke about […] → Read More

LSU Wide Receiver bet comes down to National Championship

NEW ORLEANS, La. – Eighteen is the number of touchdowns both LSU wide receivers Ja’Marr Chase and Justin Jefferson have going into the Tigers’ final game of the season, but the reason their number of touchdowns is important goes back to the preseason. Chase, Jefferson and Terrace Marshall, Jr. agreed to a touchdown bet. Whoever […] → Read More

LUS issues a boil water advisory for the 4800 block of Cameron St.

Lafayette, La. – The Lafayette Utilities System (LUS) has issued a boil water advisory for residents and businesses in the 4800 block of Cameron Street. The advisory is due to a water line repair being made on a LUS water line, when water pressure dropped significantly this afternoon. While it is being repaired LUS is recommending […] → Read More

LUS: Boil advisory issued for portion of Cameron Street

LAFAYETTE, La. – Lafayette Utilities System has issued a boil water advisory for residents and businesses in the 4800 block of Cameron Street. Due to water line repair on a LUS water line, water pressure dropped significantly this afternoon, the company said. While crews work to repair the damage, LUS is recommending a boil water […] → Read More