Editor's note: Today and tomorrow, we'll take a look at LSU's success on third down last season -- the Tigers led the nation by converting 57.1 percent of the time -- and the obstacles Cam Cameron's offense will face in its attempt to remain similarly efficient this fall.
LSU's spring practice ended two weeks ago, leaving a full 15 weeks before the Tigers return to the practice field. The position battles that started in the spring will continue through summer workouts before resuming in front of coaches in August.
Sometimes spring practice is important to a football player not because he seizes a starting job, but because he proves to his coaches that he deserves to play. We've discussed plenty of LSU's key spring position battles here in the last few weeks and speculated about who might become the starters at those spots.
Editor's note: With LSU's spring practice now in the rearview mirror, this week we'll empty our notebook from the spring and cover a few topics that we weren't able to hit before the Tigers' spring game.
BATON ROUGE, La. -- LSU held its final spring practice this week, officially sending the Tigers into a crucial offseason. An obvious point this spring was that Les Miles' coaching staff was working with an incomplete roster.
BATON ROUGE, La. -- LSU's spring practice is officially in the books. Now that it's over, we thought it might be fun to review two sets of our predictions from before the spring and see how close we came.
BATON ROUGE, La. -- LSU is scheduled to hold its final spring walk-through on Tuesday, which will officially send the Tigers into the offseason. As Les Miles' club wraps up its 15 spring workouts, here are five things we took away from the last month on the practice field: 1.
BATON ROUGE, La. -- You know what early enrollees typically do when they play in their first spring game? They stink up the joint -- and understandably so. By all rights, they should still be in high school, making prom plans or figuring out where to go for spring break.