There’s no such thing as too much Leonard Fournette, right? There was plenty of discussion about Fournette on Tuesday. An SEC West foe gave Fournette some supportive advice and a fake lawyer was created to help Fournette’s “victims” seek damages. Here’s everything you need to know about LSU this morning:
- Week 4 bowl projections vary on where the Tigers could be headed in the postseason. LSU is 3-0, but might be on the outside looking in on the College Football Playoff. There’s still plenty of time for the Tigers to make their move, but here’s a look at where some experts have the Tigers playing their bowl game. A hint: one game is tangy, while the other is sweet….
- Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott knows what it’s like to be a part of a Heisman Trophy race. He offered some supportive comments to Fournette while joining “The Paul Finebaum Show” on Tuesday. Talk about respect.
- Need a good laugh to start your Wednesday off right? Watch this spoof video produced by AL.com about lawyer Montgomery “Sledge Hammer” Van Buren, who is out to prosecute for players who tried (and failed) to stop Fournette this season.
Other LSU news from around the Internet
- The Advocate’s Ross Dellenger wrote about why LSU has used less shotgun as the season has gone on in his film room session. Two words: Leonard Fournette.
- NOLA.com’s Jim Kleinpeter said quarterback Brandon Harris is getting “sneaky good.” The QB hasn’t been used much through the first three games of the season, but has come up clutch at times.
- NOLA.com’s Jerit Roser featured defensive tackles Greg Gilmore and Frank Herron. The highly-touted recruits from LSU’s 2013 signing class are trying to build momentum as their college careers start coming together.
Best stories around the SEC
- Alabama coach Nick Saban said he wasn’t sure why his offensive coordinator, Lane Kiffin, never panned out as a head coach.
- Missouri quarterback Maty Mauk was suspended for Saturday’s game against South Carolina for a violation of team policies.
- Tennessee’s offensive coordinator opened up about why he didn’t go for the two-point conversion when the Volunteers led Florida by 12 following a touchdown.
- Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney took a shot at Auburn on Tuesday.