National Signing Day 2013: LSU football signing class

Below is a list of the 2013 LSU Football Signing Class. The list includes name, position, hight, weight, and hometown (high school). * Already enrolled

Nkemdiche picks Ole Miss over LSU

It's not the decision LSU was hoping for. On National Signing Day the No. 1 recruit in the country Robert Nkemdiche has picked Ole Miss, choosing to join his brother Denzel as a Rebel.

Third party to be hired to investigate Superdome blackout

An independent third party will be hired to conduct an investigation into the partial blackout at Sunday's Super Bowl.

Investigators trying to shed light on why Super Bowl went dark

The cause of Sunday's 35-minute power outage during the Super Bowl game remains under investigation, but it will not likely diminish this city's chances of hosting another of the games, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell told reporters here

LSU graduate launches site focused on Louisiana football

When LSU Manship School of Mass Communication master’s student Michael Wunderlich walked into the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on Tuesday, Jan. 29, to cover Super Bowl Media Day, he felt like he was in a dream.

Southern baseball set to return to MLB Urban Invitational

Southern University baseball will make its seventh appearance in the Major League Baseball Urban Invitational and will be joined by three Southwestern Athletics Conference teams Feb. 22-24 in Houston.

Three Tigers recieve All-America recognition from Baseball America

Three LSU players have been named to the 2013 Baseball America preseason all-America teams.

LSU basketball travels to Starkville for tilt with Mississippi State

The LSU men’s basketball team, off its biggest win of the season over No.

LSU Board approves $4.3 million contract for Les Miles

The LSU Board of Supervisors has approved the contract extension of LSU head football coach Les Miles. He will now gain an annual salary of $4.3 million for the next seven years.

A tale of two former NFL players -- and their brains

But at this early juncture, the small study poses more questions than answers. Consider McNeill and Clark. Study authors say both had tau in their brain tissue, yet they are on opposite ends of the cognitive spectrum.