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Fournette second in early Heisman odds

Advocate staff photo by BILL FEIG -- LSU running back Leonard Fournette (7) runs for a first down during the first half at Florida on Saturday, Oct. 11, 2014, in Gainesville.

The 2015 season doesn’t begin for more than seven months, but LSU running back Leonard Fournette is already garnering Heisman Trophy attention. Fournette, the Tigers’ rising sophomore and former top recruit in the nation, is second in early Heisman Trophy odds, according to Bovada. He’s 7-1 to win the 2015 Heisman, tied with Mississippi State quarterback Dak… Continue reading →

Patriots wide receiver Brandon LaFell, the former LSU star, relishes his chance at a Super Bowl ring

Associated Press photo by JULIO CORTEZ -- New England Patriots wide receiver Brandon LaFell dives over Indianapolis Colts cornerback Greg Toler in an attempt to reach the end zone during the AFC championship game Jan. 18. Playing in an offense that's not always friendly to newcomers, LaFell caught 74 passes for 953 yards with seven touchdowns during the regular season.

PHOENIX — Brandon LaFell wanted to play in a game that mattered. That’s all he did during his time at LSU, helping the Tigers win a BCS title at the end of the 2007 season. But he went through a serious drought in the NFL. During his first three years in Carolina, the Panthers missed… Continue reading →

LSU board approves contracts of new LSU football coaches Kevin Steele, Ed Orgeron, four other assistants

Advocate staff photo by BILL FEIG -- From left, New LSU football defensive coordinator Kevin Steele, LSU head coach Les Miles and defensive line coach Ed Orgeron.

SHREVEPORT — The LSU Board of Supervisors approved the contracts Friday of new LSU defensive coordinator Kevin Steele and defensive line coach Ed Orgeron. Steele, hired to replace John Chavis earlier this month, has a two-year contract for $1 million a year. Orgeron, who replaced the reassigned Brick Haley, has a two-year… Continue reading →

LSU running back Leonard Fournette is an early favorite to win the Heisman Trophy next year

Advocate staff photo by BILL FEIG -- LSU running back Leonard Fournette (7) runs for a long touchdown from scrimmage as Notre Dame cornerback Cody Riggs (2) gives chase during the second half Tuesday, Dec. 30, 2014 in Nashville at the Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl. Notre Dame won 31-28 on a last second field goal to end the game.

. The 2015 season doesn’t begin in more than seventh months, but LSU running back Leonard Fournette is already garnering Heisman Trophy attention. Fournette, the Tigers rising sophomore and former No. 1-ranked recruit in the nation, is second in early Heisman Trophy odds, according to Bovada. Click here to see the report.Continue reading →

LSU's new football commitment Chidi Valentine-Okeke is a Nigerian with a connection to a current Tigers player

The best way for Mike Tunsil to sum up LSU’s newest commitment is this: “He was the only kid willing to go against Travonte Valentine in practice,” Tunsil said with a laugh. Highly regarded offensive tackle Chidi Valentine-Okeke committed to LSU on Thursday, a surprising commitment from a Nigerian native who’s ranked as a five… Continue reading →

Podcast: LSU could flip some committed players before signing day

From left to right, LSU defensive coordinator Kevin Steele, head coach Les Miles and defensive line coach Ed Orgeron stand together during a news conference at Louisiana State in Baton Rouge, La., Wednesday, Jan. 14, 2015. (AP Photo/Hilary Scheinuk)

. Just because a player has committed to another school doesn't mean that LSU can't flip the commitment and get him to commit to the Tigers. Who are the players that LSU would like to flip? How has LSU recruiting changed over the years? What is the scouting report on LSU commitment Lanard Fournette? Those questions are… Continue reading →

High school coach of LSU quarterback Brandon Harris told him to leave Tigers

Advocate staff photo by BILL FEIG -- LSU quarterback Brandon Harris (6) throws during warmups for the game Saturday, Oct. 4, 2014 in Auburn.

. David Feaster, Brandon Harris’ high school coach at Parkway, told the quarterback to transfer to a junior college after his first semester at LSU, the coach said on a north Louisiana radio show Wednesday morning. Feaster tried to talk Harris into transferring, he said on the Tim Fletcher Show, and he said LSU is telling… Continue reading →

Live chat; ask now! Advocate sportswriter Ross Dellenger on LSU football, baseball

Advocate staff photo by BILL FEIG -- LSU head coach Les Miles, right, and LSU special teams coach Bradley Dale Peveto, left, congratulate LSU running back Leonard Fournette (7) after his kickoff return touchdown during the first half Tuesday, Dec. 30, 2014 in Nashville at the Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl.

. Get the latest news and notes are share your views on the LSU football team less than a week away from National Signing Day in this chat with Advocate sportswriter Ross Dellenger on Thursday at 11 a.m. Click here to join the action.Continue reading →

LSU defensive back Jalen Mills headed to trial in early April for simple battery charge, could face 6 months in prison or $1,000 fine

Advocate staff photo by HILARY SCHEINUK -- LSU junior safety Jalen Mills

LSU defensive back Jalen Mills will head to trial on April 8 for a charge of simple battery. A trial date was set during a status hearing last week, court records show, and it could impact Mills’ participation in spring practice. The April 8 court date comes in the midst of Continue reading →

LSU to make nearly $9 million on neutral site games against BYU, Miami

Advocate staff photo by TRAVIS SPRADLING -- LSU played Wisconsin in Houston to open the 2014 season.

LSU will make nearly $9 million from its two most recently scheduled neutral site games, according to game contracts obtained by The Advocate. ESPN will pay LSU $4 million for a game against BYU in Houston in 2017, and the Tigers will get a whopping $4.75 million from the network for the game against Miami in Arlington,… Continue reading →

LSU defensive coordinator Kevin Steele to get two-year contract for $1M a year; salary a big drop from John Chavis’ deal

Associated Press file photo by Hilary Scheinuk -- Kevin Steele, left, shanes hands with LSU  coach Les Miles as he was introduced as the Tigers new defensive coordinator. Steele was offered a two-year contract at $1 million per year, which is expected to be approved by the LSU Board of Supervisors on Friday.

New LSU defensive coordinator Kevin Steele has been offered a two-year contract paying him $1 million per year. Steele’s contract was released Monday afternoon and is expected to be approved by the LSU Board of Supervisors on Friday. Steele’s salary is $300,000 less than what his predecessor, John Chavis, made in his final year… Continue reading →

LSU spring football game set for April 18

Advocate staff photo by BILL FEIG -- LSU place kicker Trent Domingue (14) kicks a field goal as LSU quarterback Brad Kragthorpe (16) holds and Texas A&M Aggies defensive back De'Vante Harris (1) pressures during the first half Thursday, Nov. 27, 2014 in College Station, Texas.

. LSU will kick off spring practice on March 7 and will hold its annual spring game on April 18, the school announced on Monday. A time for the spring game has not been set. The game coincides with LSU baseball’s series at Georgia. Spring football practice will overlap with the school’s spring break, which starts… Continue reading →

Even in the Pro Bowl, it’s safe to expect the spectacular from Odell Beckham Jr.

Associated Press file photo by Kathy Willens -- New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., a former LSU standout, makes a one-handed catch for a touchdown against Dallas Cowboys cornerback Brandon Carr in Noember in East Rutherford, N.J.

GLENDALE, Ariz. — You knew it was coming as Mark Ingram snuck up behind Odell Beckham Jr. as he addressed reporters following practice at the Pro Bowl. The New Orleans Saints running back tapped Beckham on the shoulder, arched his back and stuck his right arm as far back as he could behind his head.… Continue reading →

St. Augustine's Lanard Fournette, younger brother of LSU star Leonard, commits to the Tigers as an athlete

Advocate Photo by KYLE ENCAR --St. Augustine running back Lanard Fournette (center) looks to get into the end zone for St. Aug's first touchdown with only Shaw defensive back Jaiwon Charles (1) standing in his way at Tad Gormley Stadium in New Orleans on Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014.

St. Augustine senior running back Lanard Fournette, the younger brother of LSU standout Leonard Fournette, will be joining his brother in Baton Rouge. Fournette confirmed to The Advocate on Saturday that he was offered a scholarship as an athlete and that he committed during his visit to LSU this weekend. Big brother Leonard sent a congratulatory message… Continue reading →

Senior Bowl: La’el Collins says his move to stay at LSU was good for him

Associated Press photo by MIKE KITTRELL -- Kaleb Eulls of Mississippi State and offensive tackle La'el Collins of LSU practice for Saturday's Senior Bowl in Mobile, Ala.

Before making his decision on whether to return to LSU for his senior season, offensive tackle La’el Collins sought advice from several sources. But the best advice he got was from his cousin, former Tigers defensive end Marcus Spears. “He told me, ‘If there was any doubt in your mind, you should go back to school,’… Continue reading →

Documents break down buyout details as John Chavis planned to leave LSU for Texas A&M

Advocate staff photo by TRAVIS SPRADLING -- LSU head coach Les Miles, left, talks with defensive coordinator John Chavis before the Sam Houston State game, Saturday, Sept. 6, 2014 at Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge.

LSU Athletic Director Joe Alleva sent a letter to former defensive coordinator John Chavis requesting the coach pay a $400,000 buyout three days before Chavis officially resigned, documents show. The letter gives Chavis a deadline to pay the buyout and outlines payment options. The documents, which shed light on the buyout situation between the school and Chavis,… Continue reading →

Former LSU punter Brad Wing signs a one-year contract extension with the Pittsburgh Steelers

Pittsburgh Steelers kicker Shaun Suisham (6) kicks a 44-yard field goal out of the hold of Brad Wing during the second half of an NFL football game against the Cincinnati Bengals Sunday, Dec. 7, 2014 in Cincinnati. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy)

. PITTSBURGH (AP) — The Pittsburgh Steelers are sticking with punter Brad Wing.

The team signed Wing to a one-year contract extension on Friday. The 23-year-old Wing averaged 43.7 yards per punt in 2014, the fifth-best mark by a rookie punter in team history. Nearly a third of Wing's punts were downed inside the opponent's 20.

Wing joined the… Continue reading →

Video: A planned visit to Alabama doesn't change the commitment to LSU for Catholic running back Derrius Guice

. Catholic running back Derrius Guice talks about his commitment to LSU and his maturity during his senior season after being suspended from the team. Click here to see the video.Continue reading →

New LSU defensive line coach Ed Orgeron to get a two-year deal for $450,000 a year

Advocate staff photo by BILL FEIG -- New LSU football defensive line coach Ed Orgeron smiles while answering questions.

New LSU defensive line coach Ed Orgeron will make $450,000 a year as part of his two-year contract with LSU, according to the LSU Board of Supervisors agenda released Friday afternoon. The contracts for new defensive coordinator Kevin Steele and Orgeron are set to be approved at the board meeting next Friday. Four other assistant coaches received… Continue reading →

LSU eyes more in-state prospects, out-of-state defensive talent two weeks ahead of signing day

LSU heads into the final two weeks of the most critical recruiting period with eyes on a pair of in-state prospects and a host of highly rated defensive talent. The Tigers have 17 commitments, including four early enrollees, 13 days before the Feb. 4 National Signing Day, and they’ll host 11 recruits on an official visit this weekend.… Continue reading →

Senior Bowl: LSU tackle La’el Collins, other big men grab spotlight

Associated Press photo by BRYNN ANDERSON -- LSU offensive tackle La'el Collins runs through drills during practice for the Senior Bowl on Wednesday at Ladd-Peebles Stadium in Mobile, Ala.

MOBILE, Ala. — The Senior Bowl’s top prospects, like usual, are the big men. This time it’s guys like wide-bodied Washington defensive tackle Danny Shelton and LSU left tackle La’el Collins who are trying to help cement their status as first-round picks in the much-scrutinized workouts heading into Saturday’s game. The 6-foot-2, 343-pound… Continue reading →

LSU coach Les Miles, Bobby Hebert reunited, speak for first time since awkward moment after 2012 national title game

Photo provided by PAUL SPRADLEY -- Les Miles, Bobby Hebert

The silence between LSU coach Les Miles and New Orleans radio personality Bobby Hebert has ended. Miles dined at Hebert’s restaurant in Metarie on Wednesday afternoon, the first interaction in three years between the man known as “The Cajun Cannon” and the coach known as “The Hat.” Continue reading full story at The Advocate’s… Continue reading →

Podcast: LSU will be glad it didn't lose Riverdale athlete Donte Jackson to Georgia

Advocate Photo by KYLE ENCAR --East Jefferson linebacker Ronte Ladmirault (right) breaks up a pass in the end zone that was intended for Riverdale athlete Donte Jackson (center) during the first half of a week six game on Friday, Oct. 10, 2014 at JoeYenni Stadium in Metairie.

. In this week's "Advocate Sports: LSU Recruiting Podcast" Advocate Online Sports Editor Pierce W. Huff talks to guests Rene Nadeau of SportsNola.com, Derek Ponamsky of BayouBengalsInsider.com and Newman coach Nelson Stewart about the impact of LSU getting a commitment from Riverdale athlete Donte Jackson on Wednesday. Music “Let’s the kids play” by Malaventura… Continue reading →

Former LSU offensive tackle La'el Collins talks about how staying at LSU an extra year helped his draft status

Advocate staff photo by TRAVIS SPRADLING -- LSU head coach Les Miles poses with LSU offensive tackle La'El Collins (70) and family members, during Senior Day activities before the Alabama game, Saturday, Nov. 8, 2014 in Baton Rouge.

Former LSU offensive tackle La'el Collins talks to the media at the Senior Bowl and details how staying at LSU for his senior season paid dividends.… Continue reading →

Listen to ace LSU recruiter Ed Orgeron's cell phone voicemail recording; it will make you laugh

Newly appointed LSU defensive line coach Ed Orgeron, right, shakes hands with LSU head coach Les Miles during a news conference at Louisiana State in Baton Rouge, La., Wednesday, Jan. 14, 2015. (AP Photo/Hilary Scheinuk)

Ed Orgeron must be excited to be the Tigers' new defensive line coach -- at least judging by his cell phone's voicemail recording. Continue reading →

Riverdale's Donte Jackson on picking LSU: 'Prayed about it ... all signs pointed to' Tigers

Advocate staff photo by RUSTY COSTANZA --  Riverdale High School's Donte Jackson, left, eludes the grasp of Grace King High School's Leronta Butler, right, during a football game at Joe Yenni Stadium in Metairie on Thursday, September 18, 2014.

The first time Riverdale coach Brett Bonnafons saw film of Donte Jackson was during Jackson’s sophomore year. He was so impressed that his initial two-word reaction isn’t suitable to be printed. But it took college coaches a tad bit longer to see what all of the fuss was about this kid Bonnafons was bragging… Continue reading →

Former LSU center Elliott Porter arrested for simple assault

Advocate staff photo by BILL FEIG -- LSU center Elliott Porter walks off the field at Jordan-Hare Stadium after last week's 41-7 loss to Auburn.

Former LSU center Elliott Porter was arrested on a charge of simple assault earlier this month, New Orleans police say. New Orleans police were called to a home in the 5600 block of Music Street on Jan. 5, where a woman accused her boyfriend of three years, Porter, of threatening her, New Orleans TV station WDSU reported… Continue reading →

Report: Ex-LSU center Elliott Porter arrested on simple assault charge in New Orleans

Advocate staff photo by TRAVIS SPRADLING -- LSU center Elliott Porter snaps the ball to quarterback Anthony Jennings as running back Terrence Magee surveys the field during an Oct. 18 game against Kentucky.

Former LSU center Elliott Porter was arrested on a charge of simple assault last month, according to New Orleans TV station WDSU. Police were called to a home in the 5600 block of Music Street on Dec. 31, where a woman accused her boyfriend of three years, Porter, of threatening her, the TV station reported. A… Continue reading →

Cornerback Rashard Robinson, fullback Melvin Jones are no longer on the LSU football team

Advocate staff photo by BILL FEIG -- Auburn wide receiver Sammie Coates (18) catches the ball for a touchdown against LSU defensive back Rashard Robinson (21) during LSU's loss to Auburn last season.

The LSU careers of fullback Melvin Jones and cornerback Rashard Robinson likely are over. Jones and Robinson are not enrolled for the spring semester and are no longer part of the team, the school confirmed Sunday. Both players are seen as academic casualties and are not expected to rejoin the team. The status of the sophomores has been… Continue reading →

Meet new LSU defensive coordinator Kevin Steele -- the organizational freak whom LSU coach Les Miles hired to replace John Chavis

Advocate staff photo by BILL FEIG -- New LSU football defensive coordinator Kevin Steele

Johnny Majors has been out of coaching for nearly 20 years, and the 79-year-old hasn’t worked alongside Kevin Steele since 1988. But he still remembers looking across the room and seeing an all-too-common sight: Steele scribbling in a notebook. “He took notes in every meeting,” Majors said this week about LSU’s new defensive coordinator. “He had them… Continue reading →

Video: LSU junior football players talk about why they decided to stay with the Tigers

Advocate staff photo by BILL FEIG -- LSU head coach Les Miles and LSU offensive tackle Jerald Hawkins (65) celebrate the win after the game Thursday, Nov. 27, 2014 in College Station, Texas. LSU won 23-17.

. Six junior football players decided not to give up their college eligibility and stay at LSU for one more season, and each had different reasons for their decision. Click here to see the video.Continue reading →

LSU linebacker Lamar Louis: Tigers to play more 3-4 defense under Kevin Steele

Advocate staff photo by TRAVIS SPRADLING --  Kentucky running back Stanley Williams (18) is stacked up by a host of LSU defenders, left to right, LSU linebacker Lamar Louis , defensive end Danielle Hunter, defensive end Jermauria Rasco and defensive tackle Davon Godchaux (57) during the first half of the teams' game, Saturday, Oct. 18, 2014 in Baton Rouge.

Get ready for the 3-4. Changes are coming to LSU’s defense in the form of the front seven, one player said Friday. The Tigers are expected to play more 3-4 under new defensive coordinator Kevin Steele. “We’ll have a 3-4 package. We’ll have a 4-3 package. I think we’re going to… Continue reading →

LSU O-linemen Vadal Alexander, Jerald Hawkins and DB Jalen Mills to remain in school

Advocate staff photo by TRAVIS SPRADLING -- LSU head coach Les Miles beams on his way past LSU fans lining the stands above the tunnel to the locker room, after the second half Thursday, Nov. 27, 2014 in College Station, Texas. LSU won, beating the Texas A&M Aggies 23-17.

Jerald Hawkins sat in his living room and had déjà vu. LSU coach Les Miles was in his house pitching to him all of the great things about LSU. The coach was trying to woo him to Baton Rouge from the same exact position – the couch, maybe, or a chair – that he… Continue reading →

Live updates from the 1:30 p.m. press conference to announce the juniors staying on the LSU football team

Advocate staff photo by TRAVIS SPRADLING -- LSU head coach Les Miles leads players including LSU safety Jamal Adams (33) and LSU safety Ronald Martin (26) onto the field, Tuesday, Dec. 30, 2014 in Nashville at the Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl.

. What juniors have decided to stay LSU for their senior seasons instead of opting for the NFL draft? Click here to get updates from The Advocate's sports staff during Friday's 1:30 p.m. press conference Continue reading →

LSU to hold a 1:30 p.m. press conference with junior football players remaining in school

Advocate staff photo by TRAVIS SPRADLING -- LSU head coach Les Miles beams on his way past LSU fans lining the stands above the tunnel to the locker room, after the second half Thursday, Nov. 27, 2014 in College Station, Texas. LSU won, beating the Texas A&M Aggies 23-17.

. LSU is expected to hold a news conference at 1:30 p.m. Friday with a group of underclassmen who will remain in school. The group is expected to include offensive linemen Jerald Hawkins and Vadal Alexander and defensive back Jalen Mills. Other underclassmen and coach Les Miles are expected to also be on hand. Miles said… Continue reading →

Les Miles expects quarterback ‘misery’ to be thing of past

Advocate staff photo by TRAVIS SPRADLING -- LSU quarterback Anthony Jennings (10) throws downfield during the second half Tuesday, Dec. 30, 2014 in Nashville at the Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl. Notre Dame won 31-28 on a last second field goal.

Les Miles thinks LSU’s quarterback problems are over, and he said the Tigers are “unlikely” to bring in a quarterback transfer during the offseason but didn’t rule it out. “We would think that we’re through the quarterback misery … development, if you will,” he said earlier this week. LSU had one of the nation’s worst… Continue reading →

Video: Changing schemes, thanks for beating Ole Miss (leftovers from the press conference of LSU coaches Kevin Steele, Ed Orgeron)

From left to right, LSU defensive coordinator Kevin Steele, head coach Les Miles and defensive line coach Ed Orgeron stand together during a news conference at Louisiana State in Baton Rouge, La., Wednesday, Jan. 14, 2015. (AP Photo/Hilary Scheinuk)

. New LSU defensive coordinator Kevin Steele and defensive line coach Ed Orgeron talked about some interesting things during their introductory press conference. Here are some of the highlights. Continue reading →

Tiger Tracks blog: LSU investigating game-worn gear sold on eBay

LSU head coach Les Miles talks with players in the first half of the Music City Bowl NCAA college football game against Notre Dame Tuesday, Dec. 30, 2014, in Nashville, Tenn. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)

LSU is conducting an investigation into game-worn gear allegedly sold by a football player. Spokesman Michael Bonnette said the school has not found the guilty party and continues its investigation into who sold a pair of cleats and gloves worn during LSU’s thrilling win over Ole Miss last season. See the… Continue reading →

LSU hires Ed Orgeron, Kevin Steele as football assistant coaches

Advocate staff photo by BILL FEIG -- From left, New LSU football defensive coordinator Kevin Steele, LSU head coach Les Miles and defensive line coach Ed Orgeron.

Ed Orgeron has spent the past five years as a coach living in a hotel room. It’s time to buy a house. Coach O’s staying home. LSU made a splash Wednesday in hiring recruiting guru and Louisiana native Ed Orgeron as its defensive line coach, fulfilling a dream for the guy mostly known as “O” and… Continue reading →

Report: LSU's new coaches, Kevin Steele and Ed Orgeron, recruiting together in Alabama on Thursday

LSU defensive line coach Ed Orgeron and defensive coordinator Kevin Steele will make their Tiger debut recruiting together in central Alabama on Thursday morning. Orgeron and Steele, introduced as coaches Wednesday, will visit four-star defensive end Prince Tega Wanogho Jr., at 7 a.m. Thursday at his high school, Edgewood Academy, just north of Montgomery. That’s according to the Oxford… Continue reading →

LSU coach Les Miles says he expects Jerald Hawkins, Vadal Alexander, Jalen Mills to stay

Advocate staff photo by TRAVIS SPRADLING -- LSU offensive tackle Vadal Alexander celebrates with Mike the Tiger after a 30-27 victory over Florida on Oct. 1 in Gainesville, Fla.

LSU coach Les Miles expects draft-eligible offensive linemen Jerald Hawkins and Vadal Alexander and cornerback Jalen Mills to return to school for 2015. The deadline to declare for the NFL draft is Thursday. The school is expected to hold a news conference with those who decided to remain in school, as it did last year with La’el Collins.… Continue reading →

Report: LSU’s new coaches recruiting together in Alabama

Provided image 247 -- Prince Tega Wanogho Jr.

LSU defensive line coach Ed Orgeron and defensive coordinator Kevin Steele will make their Tiger debut recruiting together in central Alabama on Thursday morning. Orgeron and Steele, introduced as coaches Wednesday, will visit four-star defensive end Prince Tega Wanogho Jr., at 7 a.m. Thursday at his high school, Edgewood Academy, just north of Montgomery. That’s according to… Continue reading →

LSU football chat with Advocate sportswriter Ross Dellenger, Thursday at 11 a.m.

Advocate staff photo by BILL FEIG -- New LSU football defensive coordinator Kevin Steele, right, answers questions as LSU head coach Les Miles, center,  and defensive line coach Ed Orgeron, left, watch.

. Get the latest news and notes on the LSU football team in this chat with Advocate sportswriter Ross Dellenger on Thursday at 11 a.m. Click here to join the action.Continue reading →

LSU announces four early enrolles, but Jeremy Cutrer won't enroll

Courtesy the Biloxi Sun Herald

. Four LSU football players enrolled early on Wednesday, but defensive back Jeremy Cutrer was not one of them. Cutrer, a highly touted junior college prospect, will not enroll early at LSU, but he’s expected to join the team in the summer. Cutrer, a former LSU signee from Kentwood, is the No. 2-ranked junior college transfer… Continue reading →