It was another busy day at LSU as the Tigers hit the practice field Thursday. One receiver discussed his belief in the passing game, a defensive back talked about balancing two sports and a former DB revealed a weird question he was asked by an NFL team. And don’t forget about recruiting…
Here are six things to know:
- LSU wideout Malachi Dupre raised some eyebrows Thursday when he said LSU could have the best passing offense in the country. No, he wasn’t kidding.
- Cornerback Donte Jackson talked about his hardcore mentality when it comes to juggling both football and track.
- Plenty of five-star recruits are visiting Baton Rouge, La., these days. Learn more about who is coming to campus in our recruiting recap.
- In this week’s recruiting rewind, we caught up with an LSU commit who took a thrashing from Texas fans after announcing his decision.
- Here are the sights, sounds and notes from Thursday’s spring practice.
- Ever been asked about how you would kill someone during a job interview? Former LSU DB Jalen Mills apparently has.
Other LSU news from around the Internet
- The Advocate’s Ross Dellenger wrote about defensive end Tashawn Bower, who will switch positions under new defensive coordinator, Dave Aranda.
- The Les Miles clause is not featured in the new contracts for a couple of LSU staff members, according to Dellenger.
The best stories around the SEC
- Kentucky’s headline recruit in the Class of 2016 wasn’t valued by everyone. Read about how former Florida coach Urban Meyer called Wildcats signee Landon Young a bad player.
- A Mississippi State receiver will miss the rest of spring practice with a knee injury.
- South Carolina’s men’s basketball team was told it was invited to the NCAA tournament. Too bad the NCAA made a mistake.