Posts Tagged ‘LSU Tigers’

Prospect Preview: Music City Bowl

Tuesday, December 30th, 2014

Notre Dame vs LSU

Paulo Figari

In a battle between two historic universities, Notre Dame and LSU will face head to head in a highly anticipated bowl game. Both teams had underwhelmed late into the season but both showed plenty of promise throughout which is especially impressive considering these two teams boast some of the youngest teams in the nation. Both teams bolster some really high level talent that every should be watching with a keen eye. Both teams had dominated their opponents mostly in the trenches this year and should be a fun battle to watch. Here are some of the prospects you should keep an eye on. (more…)


Alabama vs. LSU Scouting Notes

Sunday, November 9th, 2014

Paulo Figari

Alabama eked out a close win under the lights in Baton Rogue to keep its national title hopes alive. There were many future NFL players on the field. The spotlight here is on a few of those talents. (more…)


Week One Scouting Notes: Saturday Edition

Sunday, August 31st, 2014

A. Harris

Darren Page

The first Saturday of the college football season saw some hairy situations for favorites but mostly predictable outcomes. These notes cover the top draft eligible players from UCLA vs. Virginia, Clemson vs. Georgia, and Wisconsin vs. LSU. (more…)


Draft Debate: Zach Mettenberger

Saturday, March 15th, 2014

Anyone who has seen our quarterback big board knows that Darren Page and I have vastly different opinions of LSU quarterback Zach Mettenberger.

Darren has “Mett” as his fourth-rated QB, while I rank him 17th and well below fellow SEC slingers A.J. McCarron and Aaron Murray.

Anytime there is such a divergence, an explanation is necessary. So Darren and I will each state our case for why we feel the way we do. (more…)


Odell Beckham Jr. Scouting Report

Saturday, March 1st, 2014

Prospect: Odell Beckham Jr., WR, LSU
Height: 5’11 ¼ “
Weight: 198 pounds
Grade: 7.67 (Grading Scale) (more…)


LSU vs. Florida ’13 Game Notes

Monday, February 17th, 2014

Jeremy Hill, from NOLA.com

Jeff Risdon, DLD Editor

LSU hosted Florida in a battle of one-loss teams in early October in Death Valley. It was sunny and humid for the rare afternoon tilt in Baton Rouge, with the thermometer reading 84 degrees at kickoff. LSU prevailed 17-6 in a game dominated not so much by defense but more by inept QB play from both teams. Jeremy Hill had several big runs to help key the otherwise anemic LSU offense. (more…)






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