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8/23/16 5:55 am CST

Good morning Tiger Fans,

Let’s start today’s “daily dose” with some great news regarding defensive lineman Travonté Valentine. According to multiple reports, Valentine has passed his intersession course after taking his final exam on Sunday and will be eligible to play this season. As we’ve noted on this site a few times since he’s arrived on campus, Valentine has been practicing very well, drawing praise from coach Miles and others who have watched practice like Associate AD and Communications Director Michael Bonnette. Valentine continues taking some first-team reps at nose tackle, along with Greg Gilmore, and their performances thus far have allowed the staff to move Davon Godchaux from nose tackle to defensive end. As Mike Detillier said in our last Q&A, Valentine could be a difference-maker. While I agree with that statement, I think that might be putting it lightly. Valentine is a big-time player whose presence not only gives LSU an ideal “big-bodied“ nose tackle but also extends LSU’s depth at a position that took a hit this preseason when Christian LaCouture suffered a season-ending injury. Despite LaCouture’s injury, I think having Valentine and freshmen Rashard Lawrence, Ed Alexander and Glen Logan to go along with veterans Lewis Neal, Freank Herron and Godchaux could make the defensive line the most improved position on this year’s team. And that’s without even mentioning veterans Arden Key and Tashawn Bower who will play outside linebacker in LSU’s base defense but will often line up with their hands in the dirt.

There’s also some news to pass along on the other side of scrimmage as offensive lineman George Brown Jr. is transferring from LSU. The redshirt freshman’s father, George Brown Sr., reportedly told The Advocate that his son isn’t mad at LSU and that they love coach Miles and the staff. Brown Jr. just felt LSU wasn’t the place for him. With a fairly deep offensive line, Brown Jr. was listed as fourth on the depth chart at right tackle, which was likely what this is all about. I know I speak for Tiger Fans everywhere when I wish the young man all the best in the future. 

In other football news, ESPN’s All-SEC team was announced yesterday, and five Tigers made the list. These include running back Leonard Fournette, center Ethan Pocic, offensive guard Will Clapp, cornerback TréDavious White and safety Jamal Adams. Here’s the complete first team All-SEC list. ESPN also announced its preseason All-American team, and not surprisingly, Leonard Fournette made the list.

Before going any further, I’d like to thank all of you who have already voted in our poll asking you to predict LSU’s final regular season football record this season. So far, the voting is awfully close, so we will keep it open another day or two and see how it plays out. If you haven’t already done so, please click here to vote.

In mentioning LSU’s preseason ranking of No. 5 in both the AP and ESPN polls yesterday, I forgot to mention the SEC has the most ranked teams (6) entering the season for the 12th straight season. Honestly, I’m surprised there are not more ranked SEC teams in the polls as I think Arkansas, Texas A&M and Auburn all have great chances of finishing the season ranked in the Top 25. With Alabama (No. 1), LSU and Ole Miss (No. 11) among the top 11 teams, the SEC West is clearly once again the toughest division in the nation.

On a related note, Fox Sports College Football analyst Bruce Feldman gave his 2016 SEC predictions yesterday and picked LSU to win the West. Feldman also has the Tigers winning the SEC Championship over Tennessee and finishing with a record of 11-1 (7-1 SEC). In this article, Feldman mentions the upgrade at defensive coordinator with Dave Aranda at the helm, a more experienced Brandon Harris at quarterback and bigger defensive and offensive lines as the main reasons he believes the Tigers will beat Alabama and win the SEC Title in 2016.

While on the topic of SEC Championships and with only 11 days remaining until LSU’s season-opener vs. Wisconsin in Lambeau Field, today we’ll continue our countdown by looking back at  LSU’s 11 SEC Championship seasons. Head Coach Bernie Moore, who compiled an 83-39-6 (.672) record at LSU, led the Tigers to their first two SEC titles in 1935 (9-2, 5-0) and 1936 (9-1-1, 6-0). Twenty-one seasons would pass before the Tigers would enjoy their third SEC title. Under head coach Paul Dietzel, LSU not only won the SEC title but won their first National Championship in 1958. Dietzel added a second SEC title to his résumé in his final season at LSU in 1961. His successor, Charles McClendon, who is LSU’s all-time winningest coach at 137-59-7 (.692), won his only SEC title in a 1970 season that included impressive victories over at Auburn (17-9) and at Alabama (14-9). LSU would go 16 long years before Bill Arnsparger would bring another SEC Title in 1986. In 1988, Arnsparger’s successor, Mike Archer, would give the Tigers a second title in three years. LSU would suffer eight losing seasons in an 11-year period (1989-1999) before Nick Saban would resurrect the program. In just Saban’s second season, the Tigers, behind an explosive offense that averaged 32.2 points per game, won the title in a 31-20 upset over No. 2 Tennessee in the 2001 SEC Championship game. The Tigers’ ninth SEC title came in 2003 and culminated with the school’s second national championship. Current head coach Les Miles, who is 112-32 (.778) entering his 12th season, led LSU to its 10thSEC title and third national championship in 2007 with a thrilling 21-14 victory over Tennessee. Although the LSU’s 2011 SEC title team failed to win the national championship game, the Tigers put in arguably their most dominating SEC season in school history, winning seven of their nine SEC contests by 24 or more points. With 17 returning starters in 2016, there’s a great chance for LSU to win its 12th league title this year.

One more interesting fact: In LSU’s 11 SEC title seasons, the Tigers are 8-0 vs. Alabama. The Tigers didn’t play against the Crimson Tide in 1935, 1936 or 1961.

Today’s closing tidbits:

• Brian Broussard, Associate AD of Ticket Sales & Operations at LSU, has announced that over 10,000 season ticket packages were mailed out last night via USPS or FedEx. Broussard did ask for patience as these carriers are just getting back up to speed in the Baton Rouge area after the flooding a little over a week ago.

• Vice Chancellor and Athletic Director Joe Alleva issued this letter to fans yesterday covering topics that included overcoming the recent adversity south Louisianans have faced from the historic flooding, congratulating the 15 current and former LSU student-athletes who participated in the 2016 Rio Olympics, and providing a new clear bag policy that is being implemented to strengthen security and provide a safe Game Day environment. I encourage all fans traveling to Baton Rouge this year to view the policy in advance of attending home games.

• Here are two heart-warming articles on great works – one about the LSU baseball team and another about former LSU baseball standout and current Cardinal’s minor-leaguer Mason Katz.


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8/23/16 5:55 am CST

Good morning Tiger Fans,

Let’s start today’s “daily dose” with some great news regarding defensive lineman Travonté Valentine. According to multiple reports, Valentine has passed his intersession course after taking his final exam on Sunday and will be eligible to play this season. As we’ve noted on this site a few times since he’s arrived on campus, Valentine has been practicing very well, drawing praise from coach Miles and others who have watched practice like Associate AD and Communications Director Michael Bonnette. Valentine continues taking some first-team reps at nose tackle, along with Greg Gilmore, and their performances thus far have allowed the staff to move Davon Godchaux from nose tackle to defensive end. As Mike Detillier said in our last Q&A, Valentine could be a difference-maker. While I agree with that statement, I think that might be putting it lightly. Valentine is a big-time player whose presence not only gives LSU an ideal “big-bodied“ nose tackle but also extends LSU’s depth at a position that took a hit this preseason when Christian LaCouture suffered a season-ending injury. Despite LaCouture’s injury, I think having Valentine and freshmen Rashard Lawrence, Ed Alexander and Glen Logan to go along with veterans Lewis Neal, Freank Herron and Godchaux could make the defensive line the most improved position on this year’s team. And that’s without even mentioning veterans Arden Key and Tashawn Bower who will play outside linebacker in LSU’s base defense but will often line up with their hands in the dirt.

There’s also some news to pass along on the other side of scrimmage as offensive lineman George Brown Jr. is transferring from LSU. The redshirt freshman’s father, George Brown Sr., reportedly told The Advocate that his son isn’t mad at LSU and that they love coach Miles and the staff. Brown Jr. just felt LSU wasn’t the place for him. With a fairly deep offensive line, Brown Jr. was listed as fourth on the depth chart at right tackle, which was likely what this is all about. I know I speak for Tiger Fans everywhere when I wish the young man all the best in the future. 

In other football news, ESPN’s All-SEC team was announced yesterday, and five Tigers made the list. These include running back Leonard Fournette, center Ethan Pocic, offensive guard Will Clapp, cornerback TréDavious White and safety Jamal Adams. Here’s the complete first team All-SEC list. ESPN also announced its preseason All-American team, and not surprisingly, Leonard Fournette made the list.

Before going any further, I’d like to thank all of you who have already voted in our poll asking you to predict LSU’s final regular season football record this season. So far, the voting is awfully close, so we will keep it open another day or two and see how it plays out. If you haven’t already done so, please click here to vote.

In mentioning LSU’s preseason ranking of No. 5 in both the AP and ESPN polls yesterday, I forgot to mention the SEC has the most ranked teams (6) entering the season for the 12th straight season. Honestly, I’m surprised there are not more ranked SEC teams in the polls as I think Arkansas, Texas A&M and Auburn all have great chances of finishing the season ranked in the Top 25. With Alabama (No. 1), LSU and Ole Miss (No. 11) among the top 11 teams, the SEC West is clearly once again the toughest division in the nation.

On a related note, Fox Sports College Football analyst Bruce Feldman gave his 2016 SEC predictions yesterday and picked LSU to win the West. Feldman also has the Tigers winning the SEC Championship over Tennessee and finishing with a record of 11-1 (7-1 SEC). In this article, Feldman mentions the upgrade at defensive coordinator with Dave Aranda at the helm, a more experienced Brandon Harris at quarterback and bigger defensive and offensive lines as the main reasons he believes the Tigers will beat Alabama and win the SEC Title in 2016.

While on the topic of SEC Championships and with only 11 days remaining until LSU’s season-opener vs. Wisconsin in Lambeau Field, today we’ll continue our countdown by looking back at  LSU’s 11 SEC Championship seasons. Head Coach Bernie Moore, who compiled an 83-39-6 (.672) record at LSU, led the Tigers to their first two SEC titles in 1935 (9-2, 5-0) and 1936 (9-1-1, 6-0). Twenty-one seasons would pass before the Tigers would enjoy their third SEC title. Under head coach Paul Dietzel, LSU not only won the SEC title but won their first National Championship in 1958. Dietzel added a second SEC title to his résumé in his final season at LSU in 1961. His successor, Charles McClendon, who is LSU’s all-time winningest coach at 137-59-7 (.692), won his only SEC title in a 1970 season that included impressive victories over at Auburn (17-9) and at Alabama (14-9). LSU would go 16 long years before Bill Arnsparger would bring another SEC Title in 1986. In 1988, Arnsparger’s successor, Mike Archer, would give the Tigers a second title in three years. LSU would suffer eight losing seasons in an 11-year period (1989-1999) before Nick Saban would resurrect the program. In just Saban’s second season, the Tigers, behind an explosive offense that averaged 32.2 points per game, won the title in a 31-20 upset over No. 2 Tennessee in the 2001 SEC Championship game. The Tigers’ ninth SEC title came in 2003 and culminated with the school’s second national championship. Current head coach Les Miles, who is 112-32 (.778) entering his 12th season, led LSU to its 10thSEC title and third national championship in 2007 with a thrilling 21-14 victory over Tennessee. Although the LSU’s 2011 SEC title team failed to win the national championship game, the Tigers put in arguably their most dominating SEC season in school history, winning seven of their nine SEC contests by 24 or more points. With 17 returning starters in 2016, there’s a great chance for LSU to win its 12th league title this year.

One more interesting fact: In LSU’s 11 SEC title seasons, the Tigers are 8-0 vs. Alabama. The Tigers didn’t play against the Crimson Tide in 1935, 1936 or 1961.

Today’s closing tidbits:

• Brian Broussard, Associate AD of Ticket Sales & Operations at LSU, has announced that over 10,000 season ticket packages were mailed out last night via USPS or FedEx. Broussard did ask for patience as these carriers are just getting back up to speed in the Baton Rouge area after the flooding a little over a week ago.

• Vice Chancellor and Athletic Director Joe Alleva issued this letter to fans yesterday covering topics that included overcoming the recent adversity south Louisianans have faced from the historic flooding, congratulating the 15 current and former LSU student-athletes who participated in the 2016 Rio Olympics, and providing a new clear bag policy that is being implemented to strengthen security and provide a safe Game Day environment. I encourage all fans traveling to Baton Rouge this year to view the policy in advance of attending home games.

• Here are two heart-warming articles on great works – one about the LSU baseball team and another about former LSU baseball standout and current Cardinal’s minor-leaguer Mason Katz.

8/22/16 5:40 am CST

Good morning Tiger Fans,

After scrimmaging on Saturday, the LSU football team took yesterday off and will begin prepping for Wisconsin this week with a practice today and another scrimmage tomorrow. On Wednesday, Coach Miles will conduct his first Les Miles Radio Show of the season at 7 p.m., and that’s something I’m looking forward to hearing. There aren’t many things that signal the coming of LSU football like hearing Les Miles answer questions from regulars like Gary in Baton Rouge, Rickey in Alabama, Sadie in Texas, and the Evil Twin in the live audience. Of course, this year that familiar routine will be quite different as it will be Chris Blair’s first time co-hosting the show. I’ll surely miss Jim Hawthorne after listening to him on the airwaves all these years, but I’m confident that Blaire will do a fine job. 

With football season right around the corner, the AP released its preseason poll yesterday with LSU coming at No. 5, which is the Tigers’ highest preseason ranking since 2012. With 33 first-place votes, Alabama came in at No. 1 while Tennessee (9), Ole Miss (11), Georgia (18) and Florida (25) also made the Preseason Top 25. The Tigers are also No. 5 in ESPN’s Preseason Poll, which was released yesterday as well. For ESPN’s complete Top-25 as well as a very brief overview of each team, click here.

With preseason polls and predictions coming out fast and furiously, it’s time for you to have your say by voting in our annual poll asking what LSU’s final regular season record will be. Last year, over 6,500 votes were cast, and 9-3 was the leading vote-getter at 34%. That would have likely been correct if LSU’s season opener vs. McNeese State had not been canceled due to thunderstorms. The same 9-3 prediction was made by 37% of the voters in 2014, but that turned out to a bit too optimistic as the Tigers ended 8-4. What will LSU’s final regular season record be in 2016? Please click below and cast your vote: 

PLEASE VOTE: What will LSU's record will be at the end of the 2016 regular football season?

Turning to baseball news, infielder Trey Dawson is leaving the baseball team and transferring to Chipola Junior College. As a true freshman in 2016, Dawson opened the season as the Tigers’ starting shortstop, starting two games at that position as well as two at third base. Playing in 27 games, Dawson struggled at the plate, hitting just .111 (2-of-18) with his two hits coming against Grambling. With starters Chris Reid, Kramer Robertson and Cole Freeman all returning, plus new infielders Nick Coomes, Josh Smith, Zach Watson and Jake Slaughter coming in, I am not worried one bit about LSU’s 2017 infield. I know I speak for Tiger fans everywhere when I wish Dawson the best of luck.

Continuing with baseball news, Alex Bregman continues getting better in his first season with the Astros. After starting just .150 from the plate with two RBI in his first 14 games, the third baseman has caught fire in his last 10 contests, batting .356 with three homers and 11 RBI to increase his average to .238. Ryan Schimpf is also having a great rookie campaign, as the San Diego Padres’ left outfielder has 14 homers and 34 RBI in 54 games.

Before turning to our countdown, I want to congratulate LSU senior sprinter Fitzroy Dunkley for winning the silver medal as the third leg on Jamaica’s 4x400-meter relay team. Dunkley’s silver medal caps a highly successful senior campaign that included helping LSU win NCAA Indoor and Outdoor titles in the 4x400-meter relay. The silver medal performance, marking the 17th medal by LSU athletes in Olympic history, made Dunkley the 13th LSU athlete to win an Olympic medal. 

With only 12 days remaining until the season-opener, today we’ll continue our countdown to game day by looking at the single-season receiving touchdown record – 12 touchdowns in 2006 by former LSU great Dwayne Bowe. This upcoming season, LSU fans are hoping to see a passing offense that even remotely resembles that one in 2006 when Bowe joined fellow senior Craig “Buster” Davis and junior Early Doucet as part of the wide receiver corps that produced 24 receiving touchdowns, half of which were by Bowe himself. Averaging 33.7 points per contest, the LSU offense frequently relied on its passing offense in tight contests, and Bowe usually came through with huge plays that made the difference. Playing at No. 8 Tennessee with his Tigers trailing 17-7 in the third quarter, Bowe caught a 5-yard touchdown pass from JaMarcus Russell that was part of a 21-7 run that led to a 28-24 victory in Neyland Stadium, one of only three wins at Knoxville in LSU history. Two weeks later at home vs. Ole Miss, Bowe had two receiving touchdowns, including a game-tying touchdown with 14 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter. The Tigers prevailed 23-20 in overtime. Those two performances by Bowe were crucial in leading LSU to a 10-2 record and their third BCS bowl in school history. Playing his final game in the New Orleans Sugar Bowl vs. Notre Dame, Bowe scored his school-record 12th touchdown in a single season during the first quarter, helping set the tone in a 41-14 victory over the Irish. The Tigers finished the season ranked No. 3 in the nation and Bowe finished with an LSU-record 26 receiving touchdowns in his collegiate career, passing Michael Clayton’s former school record of 21. Playing eight solid seasons with the Kansas City Chiefs, which included 7,155 receiving yards and 44 touchdowns, Bowe signed a contract with the Cleveland Browns in 2015 but was seldom used, catching just five passes for 53 yards. After being released by the Browns in March of this year, it appears unlikely Bowe will be playing in the NFL this season. Regardless of whether he continues his NFL career, here’s wishing this Tiger great all the best in his future endeavors.

Today’s closing tidbits:

• If you are wondering how you can do your part and help contribute to flood relief, you might want to check out these cool T-shirts Marucci Sports is selling. 100% of their profits will go directly to Louisiana Flood Relief.

• Please note that our Ticket Exchange has been updated with a few new listings. Also, if you represent an Alumni Association who will be hosting a watch party, please send me your information for posting to our view-ins page.

Don’t forget to vote in our poll asking “What will LSU's record will be at the end of the 2016 regular football season?”

A personal tidbit in closing: I am up in north Louisiana to attend funeral services for my dear Uncle Carroll Long, who many of you know was a former Northwestern State player and a huge fan of the Demons. In fact, he was the team’s Chaplain. I bring this up not only to mention how much he will be missed but to also give a big shout out to Northwestern State head coach Jay Thomas for bringing his players to my uncle’s services and having them shake the hands of everyone in attendance. It was a heartfelt class act that I know meant a lot to the family.

8/21/16 5:50 am CST

Good morning, Tiger Fans,

The LSU football team went through a 100-play scrimmage yesterday that was forced indoors due to inclement weather. Afterward, Coach Miles met with the media and seemed very optimistic about where his team is at this point, two weeks before the start of LSU’s highly anticipated season-opener. Below are a few tidbits I gathered from this video of the press conference and media reports.

• As expected, Leonard Fournette did not participate in the scrimmage due to his ankle injury, but Miles sounded certain that Fournette will be ready for the season opener and said he could return to action as early as this week. In his absence, Darrell Williams and Derrius Guice each rushed for 60 yards, and Nick Brossette for 25. Williams, in particular, drew high praise from Miles.

• As for the passing game, the Tigers threw for about 200 yards with Brandon Harris and Danny Etling each completing about 65% of their attempts. Wide receiver Travin Dural sat out due to a minor hand injury but is expected to be good to go the next time the Tigers take the field. When asked who was stepping up as the third receiver, Miles lauded DJ Chark and Jazz Ferguson for their performances. 

• The tight ends were also lauded for their contribution to the passing game. Caleb Roddy grabbed a 25-yard reception and Foster Moreau and Colin Jeter were both described as really good receivers and guys who will be targeted in the passing game.

• After much speculation, Miles has finally revealed who his starting five offensive linemen would be if the season started today. KJ Malone would be at left tackle, William Clapp at left guard, Ethan Pocic at center, Josh Boutte at right guard and Toby Weatherby at right tackle. Maea Teuhema, who has been hampered by injury, would be the first tackle off the bench.

• Miles complimented the play of the defense saying he didn't see missed tackles and there was lots of pressure on the quarterback. He added, “It was the style of scrimmage you would expect from a good defense.”

• Miles sounded very high on Travonté Valentine, saying, “He seems very physical, difficult to block. Not a guy you want to have one guy block him.” Side note: Valentine will be taking his final exam today and if all goes well he should be ruled eligible to play in the next few days. I fully expect Valentine to be the starting nose tackle when the Tigers take the field at Lambeau. 

• Miles described freshmen linebackers Michael Divinity and Ray Thornton as talented, physical guys with great speed and said both will play.

• As for the kicking game, Miles said senior Colby Delahoussaye will likely be the starting field goal kicker but that freshman Connor Culp is pushing him. Culp is also battling, along with Cameron Gamble, for kickoff duties.

• The only new injury to report is to freshman offensive lineman Willie Allen. The John Curtis product suffered an unspecified leg injury earlier in the week and will redshirt this season. 

Before moving on to our countdown and a few closing tidbits, I want to thank all of you who voted in our poll yesterday asking, “Would you rather LSU be a two-loss team that beat Alabama or a one-loss team whose only loss is to Alabama?I found the results very interesting and mildly surprising. With over 2,600 votes cast, 62% said they would rather LSU be a two-loss team that beat Alabama than to lose for a sixth straight time to Bama and win every other game. Usually, when I post these online polls I can predict the results pretty accurately, but I expected this one to be much closer than it was. Stay tuned, as soon I’ll conduct our annual poll asking you to predict LSU’s season record. 

Now, with only 13 days remaining until the season-opener, today we’ll continue our countdown to game day by remembering a special Tiger quarterback who wore No 13 - Tommy Hodson. When many Tiger fans, especially the younger ones, hear the name Tommy Hodson, they immediately think of the famous “Earthquake Game” and Hodson’s earth-shaking, game-winning fourth-down pass completion to Eddie Fuller (see video). That was a spectacular moment, no doubt, but there’s much more to Tommy Hodson’s career than that memorable play. Born in the small town of Mathews, Louisiana in Lafourche Parish, Hodson led LSU to two SEC championships and was the first quarterback in SEC history to surpass 60 career passing touchdowns with 69, which is still an LSU record. During his time as a Tiger, Hodson passed for more than 2,000 yards in each of his four seasons and ended his college career with an incredible 9,115 passing yards, which still stands as the most by any LSU quarterback. In fact, if bowl game stats were included, Hodson would have 9,690 passing yards and 73 touchdowns. In 1986, Hodson led the Tigers to their first AP Top-10 finish since 1970, and then he topped that in 1987 by leading the Tigers to their first top-5 finish since 1961. Hodson finished his career with two SEC Titles (1986, 1988), three bowl games (1986-1988) and a 30-13 Gator Bowl win in 1987 over South Carolina, which was LSU’s only bowl victory in the 1980s. After his time as a Tiger, Hodson was selected 59th overall in the 1990 draft by the New England Patriots. He went on to play a total of six years in the NFL for the Patriots, Dolphins, Cowboys and Saints, and in 2013, he was inducted into the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame. Today, Hodson is a co-owner of JTH Agencies, which represents different manufacturers in Louisiana and Arkansas. 

As I do most weeks, I’ll leave you today with a few good reads to go along with your Sunday morning coffee, plus this brief video showing a great gesture made by South Carolina to LSU and the thousands suffering through the recent flood. It’s one of many ways the the Game Cocks are repaying the kindness LSU showed them after the Palmetto State was flooded by record rain last fall, and it’s great to see.

• LSU's Miles brushes off scrutiny as 12th season nears, by AP Sports Writer Brett Martel.

• 'Old plays ... different ways': A look inside LSU's promised, but veiled, offensive overhaul, by Ross Dellenger of The Advocate

Last but certainly not least, congratulations to former LSU stars Seimone Augustus and Sylvia Fowles for earning their third straight Olympic gold medals yesterday when the USA defeated Spain, 101-72. Augustus played 17 minutes and tallied six points, three rebounds and two assists. Fowles was on the floor for 14 minutes with three points scored and six rebounds. The win marked Team USA’s sixth consecutive Gold medal in women’s basketball.

 

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