Welcome to Houston, LSU. Ok, that's a bit dramatic. Anyone who has been paying attention to LSU football during its run of dominance this past decade knows that Houston has been a big factor in that success.
Only five of LSU's NFL hopefuls made it into the seven rounds of the NFL draft, but plenty more were involved in a flurry of free agent activity during the weekend. Following the draft's conclusion Saturday night, NFL teams began contacting valued undrafted players about signing free agent contracts.
Anyone that wants an example of LSU's success at the defensive tackle position need only have tuned into the first round coverage of this year's NFL draft on Thursday night. The Tigers' success at creating next level defensive tackles was on display in New York City, and the evidence was hard to miss in the form of 6-foot-6, 322-pound Michael Brockers, who was selected No.
When the Dallas Cowboys drafted LSU cornerback Morris Claiborne with the No. 6 overall pick in the NFL draft Thursday, he became the latest to prove that where one is ranked on the recruiting boards in high school does not predict where one will eventually be on draft day.
Mercifully, draft day has dawned. It's been a winding road of workouts, interviews and speculation in the more than 100 days since Morris Claiborne and Michael Brockers announced their intentions to enter the 2012 NFL draft on Jan.
We're taking one last look at the SEC's postseason by putting together our All-SEC bowl team: OFFENSE QB: Connor Shaw, South Carolina: Shaw didn't seem to feel the pressure of a bowl game, as he completed 11-of-17 passes for 230 yards and two touchdowns, and rushed for 42 yards and another score in the Gamecocks' win against Nebraska in the Capital One Bowl.
about 1172 days ago | Chris Low and Edward Aschoff | Alabama Crimson Tide
NEW ORLEANS -- The ride is over. The emotional roller coaster that was LSU's season ended tragically inside the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. The team that had shaken off a plethora of distractions and back-to-back games with double-digit first-half deficits never made its way out of the French Quarter as No.
about 1175 days ago | Edward Aschoff | Alabama Crimson Tide
NEW ORLEANS -- The rest of the college football world will be watching on Monday night. But in the Big Easy, it's strictly an SEC world. The SEC will make it six straight national championships when Alabama and LSU clash in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in what will be the first matchup of two teams from the same league in the BCS National Championship Game.
about 1177 days ago | Chris Low | Alabama Crimson Tide