The Tigers have thrived under Les Miles. But after a decade at the helm in Baton Rouge, only three quarterbacks have been drafted - two he didn't even recruit. National recruiting reporter Jeremy Crabtree joins Phil Murphy to explain.
BATON ROUGE, La. -- For most LSU fans, there is only one spring storyline that matters: the quarterback battle between Anthony Jennings and Brandon Harris. Indeed, the competition between junior Jennings (1,611 passing yards, 11 TDs, 7 INTs in 2014) and sophomore Harris (452 yards, 6 TDs, 2 INTs) might determine whether the Tigers re-emerge as legitimate contenders in the SEC West or remain in the middle of the pack like last season's 8-5 club.
With three new assistant coaches and four early enrollees in the fold, LSU is scheduled to open spring practice on Saturday. As is the case each spring, there are a number of positions that are up for the grabs for the Tigers.
Editor's note: We broke down LSU's need to improve at quarterback as part of our SEC blog's positional series two weeks ago. This week on the LSU blog, we continue our position-by-position look at the 2015 Tigers.
BATON ROUGE, La. -- Several LSU true freshmen played key roles in the Tigers' 20-13 overtime loss to Alabama on Saturday. Here is a recap of their performances against the Crimson Tide: S Jamal Adams What he did: With LSU opening in a nickel defense, Adams earned his first career start.
BATON ROUGE, La. -- LSU earned easily its biggest win of the season on Saturday when it rallied past previously unbeaten Ole Miss for a 10-7 victory. The Tigers once again got major contributions from a host of true freshmen in the contest.
Terrence Magee and the defense were the stars of LSU's 41-3 win against Kentucky on Saturday, but several of the Tigers' true freshmen still played key roles in the victory. Here is a recap of some of their performances: S Jamal Adams What he did: Statistics don't adequately explain the ways Adams impacts a game, but he had his best statistical performance against Kentucky.