Wide receivers Justin Jefferson and Ja'Marr Chase returned to the field on Tuesday afternoon as LSU practiced outside in cold, windy weather — conditions that resemble the forecast this weekend against Ole Miss.
Wide receivers Ja'Marr Chase and Justin Jefferson topped a list of absences at LSU football practice on Monday afternoon, two days after the Tigers beat Alabama.
As water and blue Powerade cascaded over his back, spilling down his shoulders and soaking his clothes, Ed Orgeron raised his right hand in the air. He closed it into a triumphant fist and rushed to midfield. LSU had beaten Alabama. It was his moment of validation.
Safety Grant Delpit practiced for the first time this week on Thursday afternoon.
When No. 2 LSU and No. 3 Alabama play this weekend in Bryant-Denny Stadium, college football's offensive revolution will have reached one of the last outposts of the sports’ old style.
Over the last year, LSU has tried to close the gap with Alabama at the line of scrimmage. The No. 2 Tigers believe they have improved, and with more depth and experience, they feel equipped to match No. 3 Alabama.
LSU will play the game that defines its season on Saturday against Alabama inside Bryant-Denny Stadium. These are staff writer Wilson Alexander's keys to the game for LSU.
Zach Von Rosenberg sat near the band the last time LSU beat Alabama. He was a 21-year-old professional baseball player, and eight years later, he will try to contain the best punt returner in the country.
During Game 1 of the Purple-Gold World Series, a pair of intrasquad scrimmages marking the end of fall practice, LSU’s pitchers held their offensive teammates to one run on four hits.
Sophomore right-hander Jaden Hill will pitch in a game-like setting for the first time since February when LSU baseball holds its Purple-Gold World Series, which marks the end of fall practice.