After a season opener that was both brilliant and balky last Friday, the LSU gymnastics team went on the road and cleaned up its act.
The LSU basketball scorecard to start the Southeastern Conference season reads about as positively as could be expected amid such uncertain conditions:
Gymnastics was not a sport on the Bryant family athletic radar. Mom Trisha played softball at UNC Charlotte. Dad Terry played basketball and football well enough in high school to earn some Division I scholarship offers.
LSU coach Ed Orgeron spoke to reporters Wednesday during a video news conference to introduce new offensive coordinator Jake Peetz and new passing game coordinator DJ Mangas, discussing their hires, the still vacant coaching positions on defense a…
Freshman Haleigh Bryant looked like a rising star for the LSU gymnastics team Friday night, but sophomore All-American Kiya Johnson showed in the end she was the queen who got to wear the Tigers’ final stick crown home.
One year. That’s what Jay Clark committed to in his mind when then-LSU gymnastics coach D-D Breaux asked him to join her staff in the summer of 2012, shortly after he was let go as head coach at Georgia.
LSU gymnasts have become accustomed in recent years to feeding off the energy of 10,000 to 13,000 fans filling the Pete Maravich Assembly Center, adding a raucous, festive atmosphere to every meet. Highly scored LSU routines, especially on floor e…
Travis Etienne, taking a pitch right from Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence, had a head of steam up as he pawed his native Louisiana turf.
Somewhere in the vast “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure” chest of sports memorabilia I possess is a ticket stub from the NCAA Hall of Champions the day LSU played in the 2006 Final Four in Indianapolis.
Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence leads his Tigers back inside the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on Friday, the scene of his greatest failure.
The bulletin board probably is not the staple of every football locker room in America in the literal sense anymore. One imagines it has been replaced by text messages and social-media blasts.
In fits and starts, with key pieces and without, the LSU men’s basketball team is lurching forward toward the start of Southeastern Conference play.
The LSU Tigers were without two players for Saturday’s 86-80 victory over Nicholls State: point guard Javonte Smart and center Bryan Penn-Johnson.
At halftime Saturday in Tiger Stadium, the LSU band belted out a brassy, watery version of Led Zeppelin’s classic “Fool in the Rain.”
There isn't another LSU rivalry filled with more memorable games than the Tigers' series with Ole Miss. The ancient rivalry stretches back to 1894 (LSU leads 63-41-4 and has won four straight), the second year of football for both schools. Finding…
One of the most inspirational sports stories of all time is that of Olympic marathon runner John Stephen Akhwari of Tanzania.
A hallmark of LSU’s storm-tossed 2020 football season has been the Tigers’ inability to put together back-to-back wins.
There are issues for the LSU gymnastics program to deal with as it goes into its annual Gymnastics 101 exhibition meet Thursday night in the Pete Maravich Assembly Center.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Chris Blair, LSU radio’s Voice of the Tigers, was here Saturday night to call the LSU-Florida game, though his thoughts were hundreds of miles away.
Editor’s note: This is the 12th in a series of excerpts from The Advocate’s new book, “LSU BY THE NUMBERS,” celebrating the best player (and other greats) to wear each number in Tigers football history. This week: No. 14, Michael Clayton.
“This is a crisis. A large crisis. In fact, if you’ve got a moment, it’s a 12-story crisis with a magnificent entry hall, carpeting throughout, 24-hour portrage, and an enormous sign on the roof saying ‘This is a large crisis.'"
LSU fans may not like the fact that their Tigers have to play Florida every season as their cross-divisional Southeastern Conference opponent. But truth be known, the Tigers and Gators have met every year since 1971, long before the SEC had divisi…
LSU’s special teams have been a bright spot in an otherwise dismal 2020 season. Monday, LSU kicker Cade York and punter Zach Von Rosenberg were rewarded for their efforts to this point.
A street corner preacher on a small step stool at Nicholson Drive and South Stadium Drive was delivering the word to a thin coterie of chilled passers by on their way to Tiger Stadium to watch what seemed like an inevitable slaughter by Alabama of LSU.
The headline from the Nov. 6, 1993, Mobile Register newspaper has become indelibly etched in the lore of the LSU-Alabama football rivalry.