Happy Tuesday, LSU fans.
It’s rivalry week in the SEC, but the Tigers basketball team received some potentially eyebrow-raising news early on Monday, while the LSU football coaches were busy extending offers.
Here are eight things to know:
- Jarvis Landry’s brother, Gregory Clayton, is aiming to carve out his own legacy, whether that means doing so at LSU or not.
- The LSU basketball team could be without of its key contributors, which may be damaging to its NCAA Tournament hopes.
- LSU extended an offer to the nation’s No. 21 running back, who is receiving plenty of attention from SEC schools.
- The Tigers also made an offer to the nation’s No. 5 pro-style quarterback, whose father is on the South Carolina coaching staff.
- In the spring football preview department, we took a look at quarterbacks, which could finally be a strength for LSU in 2016.
- A NFL mock draft predicted LSU would have seven first-round picks in 2017, which would be a new record.
- A Tennessee five-star athlete and former LSU commit revealed what the Tigers coaches said to him after he de-committed.
- LSU basketball coach Johnny Jones discussed Ben Simmons’ mindset after his benching over the weekend, and even mentioned the star’s toes.
Other LSU news from around the Internet
- NOLA.com’s Jim Kleinpeter debated who LSU’s best NFL draft pick has been in the Les Miles era.
- The Advocate’s Sheldon Mickles wrote that LSU’s basketball team “reached a new level of frustration” in the loss to Tennessee.