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And The Valley Shook Sep 15, 2021
LSU women’s basketball releases full schedule

LSU women’s basketball releases full schedule

 Kim Mulkey, LSU women’s basketball coach, speaks during a press conference at Pete Maravich Assembly Center on April 26, 2021 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. | Photo by Peter Forest/ LSU fans will have plenty of big games to watch during Mulkey’s first season The LSU Lady Tigers released their full schedule for the 2021-22 season. With LSU having already sold over 4,000 season tickets, the schedule should give them plenty to be excited for. The Tigers play host to a Final Four team along with five other NCAA tournament teams. Here is a breakdown of the schedule along...
And The Valley Shook Sep 14, 2021
NFLSU Week 1 Recap

NFLSU Week 1 Recap

Photo by Andy Lyons/ Ah shit we’re believing in the Bengals again The NFL is back which means it’s time to track a shit ton of former Tigers! We’ll go game by game and evaluate how the LSU alumni performed. Cowboys 29 at Bucs 31 The Super Bowl champs opened the season against the Cowboys and Devin White racked up a ton of tackles. Shocking! Despite being back in his glorious No. 7, Fournette wasn’t very impressive, rushing for only 32 yards and bouncing a screen pass off his hands for an interception. La’el Collins was his usual self on the other side. Good...
And The Valley Shook Sep 11, 2021
Initial Impressions: LSU 34, McNeese 7

Initial Impressions: LSU 34, McNeese 7

An early score | Stephen Lew-USA TODAY Sports An uninspiring blowout After an opening week debacle, LSU needed an easy win. Well, they got that, but not much else. And nothing which will quiet the boo birds in the LSU fanbase. LSU had a chance to make a statement early, and to give the team credit, it largely did so. LSU put together a 10 play, 63 yard drive which ate up 8:16 of clock, ending in a touchdown pass from Max Johnson to Trey Palmer. That was the good news. The bad news is that LSU seemed unable to build off of that opening drive, getting zero points on its...
And The Valley Shook Sep 11, 2021
PREGAME OPEN THREAD - 9/11/21

PREGAME OPEN THREAD - 9/11/21

LSUSports.net Preview: Tigers Return to Death Valley to Face McNeese IN FOCUS: LSU Tackle Austin Deculus - LSUSports.net IN FOCUS: LSU Safety Todd Harris Jr. LSU-McNeese Airs on SECN+ and ESPN+ LSU vs. McNeese Gameday Times of Interest Tiger Stadium entry protocols: Everything you need to know - Daily Rev SOCCER - No. 7 Tigers Secure School Record 10th Straight Win IN FOCUS: LSU Soccer’s Alesia Garcia Games Worth Watching
And The Valley Shook Sep 10, 2021
How To Football: Week 2

How To Football: Week 2

¡EL ASSICOOOOOO! It’s a tale as old as college football itself: after a terrific full spread for week one, the college football schedule retreats back into it’s shell for week two as many schools play their “get right games” (geaux tigers) and after the bangers of week one featuring some great helmet games, we get some matchups between teams that occupy less of the college football forefront. WatsonTiger Excel Productions, LLC. Fridayikes Shift Kansas-Coastal Carolina: A few years ago, never mind how many, Kansas agreed to a two for one schedule...
And The Valley Shook Sep 10, 2021
Playing Dirty: LSU

Playing Dirty: LSU

Set Number: X163784 TK1 We deserve it Welcome back to Playing Dirty, our weekly gag Q&A with the Tigers’ upcoming opponent! However... this week is a little different. Given t the affinity LSU fans have for our friends in Lake Charles combined with the fact that program has gone through some truly sad stuff over the past year and change, we didn’t think it would be appropriate to crack McNeese State jokes this week. Instead we’re gonna turn the spotlight back to the SEC’s biggest punching bag at the moment: us! We’re not gonna let our rivals roast us better...
And The Valley Shook Sep 9, 2021
NFLSU Week 1 Openthread

NFLSU Week 1 Openthread

Photo by Mike Ehrmann/ Devin White and the Tampa Bucs open up the NFL season Thursday night against Dallas Good evening, welcome to week 1 of the NFL season. Football is officially all the way back now that the college game is in full swing the NFL kicks off the 2021 season Thursday night as the defending Super Bowl champion Bucs take on the Dallas Cowboys. We’re making some slight tweaks to our NFLSU coverage this year. On Thursdays we’ll put the thread up for the entire NFL slate, and on the subsequent Tuesdays we’ll recap which former Tigers balled out on...
And The Valley Shook Sep 8, 2021
Austin Deculus, Ali Gaye Among Five Out for McNeese

Austin Deculus, Ali Gaye Among Five Out for McNeese

Photo by Jevone Moore/Icon Sportswire via Tigers head into week two banged up When LSU opens up Tiger Stadium against McNeese State (7:00 P.M., ESPN+/SEC Network+) they’ll be doing so without at least five players for various reasons. Both starting left tackle Cam Wire and right tackle Austin Deculus will miss Saturday’s game against the Cowboys. Both players were injured during Saturday’s loss against UCLA though Deculus later returned. Expect Charles Turner to man one of those spots and possibly true freshman Garrett Dellinger to assume the other. LSU is also...
And The Valley Shook Sep 6, 2021
Winners and Losers: UCLA

Winners and Losers: UCLA

Photo by Ronald Martinez/ Same song different verse The common analogy I saw from Saturday night’s loss the UCLA was “basically 2016 Wisconsin all over again.” Open a season full of high hopes on the road in a great atmosphere against a Power 5 opponent only to lose in bitterly disappointing fashion. The 2016 season saw Les Miles lose his job and Ed Orgeron assume the position. For Ed’s sake, he’d better hope history isn’t repeating itself. Winner: Kayshon Boutte Safe to say Boutte was the only bright spot from Saturday? Boutte caught nine balls for 148...
And The Valley Shook Sep 5, 2021
Initial Impressions: LSU 27, UCLA 38

Initial Impressions: LSU 27, UCLA 38

Well, Boutte is still good | Photo by Ronald Martinez/ Gut punch Aren’t you glad you waited all offseason for this? There’s no way to pretend that LSU played a good game. Max Johnson looked absolutely lost in the pocket at times, if there even was a pocket thanks to a line that couldn’t block anyone. The run game was non-existent. The defense gave you flashbacks of 2020, giving up a series of chunk plays. But even with all of that, LSU went into the fourth quarter with a chance to win this game. They had played poorly, but they also didn’t get blown off the...
And The Valley Shook Sep 2, 2021
Avery Atkins to Wear No. 18

Avery Atkins to Wear No. 18

Photo by Gus Stark/Collegiate Images/ Senior placekicker recognized as a true Tiger LSU’s 2021 season is still two days away from kickoff, but its kickoff specialist was honored ahead of the UCLA game. Avery Atkins was awarded the famed No. 18 jersey and will wear it alongside senior linebacker Damone Clark. The 18 is one of LSU’s longest traditions given to the player who, as the football programs puts it “epitomizes what being an LSU football player means.” Atkins certainly fits that mold. Atkins came to LSU as a preferred walk on and has been handling the...
And The Valley Shook Sep 1, 2021
Playing Nice: UCLA

Playing Nice: UCLA

Its Bruins vs. Tigers in Los Angeles and Jon Christon stops by to break it down It’s time we dust off one of my favorite segments we do on this here website: Playing Nice. To start off the 2021 edition of Playing Nice, we’re heading out west to talk with Jon Christon the sports editor of UCLA’s student newspaper the Daily Bruin. Give him a follow @JonChristonDB. 1) Is this a make or break year for Chip Kelly? He’s won 10 games in three seasons, and the Bruins were only picked fourth in the Pac-12 South. What’s the expectation for Kelly heading into year four?...
And The Valley Shook Aug 30, 2021
Soccer Takes a Pair of Road Wins

Soccer Takes a Pair of Road Wins

She might be a good coach... The momentum builds Week one was nice, as LSU won its opener and then took an outmatched foe behind the woodshed. But the real test for Sian Hudson’s rebuild was week two: a Florida roadtrip to face two ranked squads on the road. This was an early report card for the Tigers and, well, they passed with flying colors. LSU took an early lead against USF when Athena Kuehn put away Rammie Noel’s cross in the 12th minute. LSU looked to extend its lead, as both Kuehn and Tinaya Alexander got excellent chances, which were deftly turned away by...
And The Valley Shook Aug 29, 2021
It’s Now or Never for John Emery and Tyrion Davis-Price

It’s Now or Never for John Emery and Tyrion Davis-Price

Photo by Chris Graythen/ The junior running backs have yet to establish themselves and it’s cause for concern Of all the things Ed Orgeron said after LSU’s second scrimmage, the most notable was about his top-two running backs, juniors John Emery and Tyrion Davis-Price. “Tyrion and John have been off and on. We need some consistency out of both of them. And we hadn’t got it really all camp.” That’s concerning to hear as LSU closed out fall camp and began preparing for Saturday’s season opening game against UCLA (September 4, 7:30 P.M., FOX). Considering...
And The Valley Shook Aug 28, 2021
Football to Relocate to Houston Ahead of Hurricane Ida

Football to Relocate to Houston Ahead of Hurricane Ida

Vasha Hunt-USA TODAY Sports Tigers will prep for their season opener in unusual circumstances With Hurricane Ida expected to make landfall on the Louisiana coast on Sunday, the LSU football team is evacuating to Houston ahead of its season opener against UCLA. LSU will spend Sunday through Thursday in Houston and then depart for Los Angeles. LSU Football players and staff will head to Houston tonight. The plan is to practice there and depart Thursday for LA. Be safe, everyone! pic.twitter.com/V6w2UE6yqS— LSU Football (@LSUfootball) August 28, 2021 Ida has...

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