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Geauxtigs last won the day on February 16

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  1. Got some links now. LSU is also hosting Randy Moss' son, Thaddeus Moss, this weekend. Moss is a 6-3 240 TE who announced he is transferring from NC State. He has previous ties to Matt Canada, who recruited him at NC State and Pittsburgh.
  2. is also reporting the commits, but I can't seem to line the article with my phone.
  3. That was one hell of a team Daddy Dale had back then.
  4. Geaux247 Sports is reporting that LSU has picked up three commits this morning from Rome HS in Rome, Georgia. The three are as follows: -- Adam Anderson. 4*, 6-5 225 OLB. Flipped his commitment from UGA to LSU. -- Jamarcus Chatman. 3*, 6-3 261 SDE. He had been heavily recruited by Miami. -- Jaquon Griffin. 3*, 6-0 265 DT/NG. LSU now has 16 commits for the 2018 class so far, with about 12 or 13 of those being on the defensive side of the ball. And this is the second recruiting "trifecta" from the same high school in this class so far, the other being the thee commits from Evangel in Shreveport. Dennis "Meatball" Johnson evidently had a big hand in recruiting these three Georgia kids as he is now ranked as the #2 recruiter in the nation by 247 Sports. Welcome aboard to all three of these kids and GEAUX TIGERS!!
  5. Outstanding pickup for the Tigers! Coach O and Pete Jenkins did a great job in recruiting this kid. He'll provide instant depth on the DL in 2018, especially after losing Lacouture, Herron, Gilmore and Deondre Clark after this season. Welcome aboard big man!!
  6. Congrats to the ladies for fighting back to take 2nd place ahead of FU. Gooner's just too tough last night.
  7. The Gooner's got their jitters out last night, while our ladies may have peaked a night too soon.
  8. Don't think that's going to cut it.
  9. Gonna have to quit checking for updates. Every time I look it's bad news.
  10. Damn strong pickup for the Tigers. Projects as an OLB in LSU's 3-4 defense. Welcome aboard Jarell!!
  11. Several sources reporting that Layton Garnett, a preferred walk-on ILB from West Monroe, has been running with the 1's at ILB next to Devin White lately. That's good news. Number one, it means he's got a pretty good handle on Aranda's scheme and knows what he's supposed to do. Number two, he provides more depth at a position LSU has been extremely thin at and will be until Jacob Phillips and Tyler Taylor arrive on campus this summer. Number three, Garnett is just the type of player Aranda seems to love. Not highly rated, but smart and plays their butts off for him. Aranda has a history of developing kids like Garnett into highly effective players by the time they leave college. His LB's at Wisconsin are the proof. Pretty sure not one of them was rated above a 3*, with most of them not even that high. I'm rooting for Garnett and hope he develops into a player who can contribute a lot of quality snaps at ILB for LSU.
  12. Great read on what the LSU offense will look like in the fall and who might contribute. I'd love for the Tigers to have and "insane" offense. Then Bama couldn't just "line up and play" against LSU every year "because they never change anything". Times they are a changing.
  13. Absolutely. At least down to the 325 - 330 range. I'm sure Mr. Moffitt could take care of that.
  14. 6' 2", 350, 4* OG from Marshall HS in Marshall, Texas has committed to LSU. Had a total of 14 offers overall and chose LSU over Texas, Oklahoma, TCU and Texas A&M. He is the #16 OG prospect in the country and the #33 prospect in Texas. Fits the "road grader" role to a tee and is the 12th commit in LSU's 2018 class. Welcome aboard Chasen!!
  15. Good question. Stud was in charge of recruiting the NELA/Monroe area too and see where that got us. LSU is still trying to dig itself out of the hole he dug up there.