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Report: NCAA to Hear Fulton’s Case

Report: NCAA to Hear Fulton’s Case

Could a reduction to the LSU DB’s suspension be coming? Reports today — initially via Sonny Shipp at Geaux247, and later Andrew Lopez at NOLA.com — indicate that some progress has been made regarding the case of LSU sophomore cornerback Kristian Fulton, who is currently facing the second of a two-year suspension for attempting to circumvent NCAA drug-testing procedures. Lopez, in speaking with Fulton’s attorney, Don Jackson, reports that the NCAA has agreed to hear the player’s request for reconsideration of his case. Jackson told NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune on Tuesday...
And The Valley Shook Jul 17, 2018
LSU at SEC Media Days: Coach O and The Tigers Preach a New Day for the Offense

LSU at SEC Media Days: Coach O and The Tigers Preach a New Day for the Offense

Coach O and LSU’s leaders brave the throng in Atlanta. Another year, another SEC Media Days in the books for LSU. This time, the Tigers brought the brigade of Head Coach Ed Orgeron, tight end Foster Moreau, linebacker Devin White and defensive lineman Rashard Lawrence. One thing Orgeron stressed on was that we could expect a stellar offensive line led by Garrett Brumfield. He also said the team would be running a spread offense this year with anyone from three to five wide receiver sets. Moreau painted an interesting illustration of what it’s like to be involved in the new 2018 offense,...
And The Valley Shook Jul 14, 2018
SEC Media Days: A Lot of People Are On the Hot Seat

SEC Media Days: A Lot of People Are On the Hot Seat

You, yes you, may even be on it. Are you a coach attending SEC Media Days (beginning on Monday, with LSU’s Devin White, Foster Moreau and Rashard Lawrence representing the program)? Is your name Nick Saban? No? Congratulations, you’re on the hot seat. Did you lose your most recent game? Oh, are you EVER on the hot seat. Have you ever looked at a football? You should be feeling warm. Competed in anything, ever? Breathed oxygen? YOU, sir or madam, will likely find your ass firmly planted on the hot seat when you sit down before Touchdown! Alabama and Co. at SEC Media Days. Think you’re...
And The Valley Shook Jul 11, 2018
2019 Kicker Cade York Talks Commitment

2019 Kicker Cade York Talks Commitment

A closer look at LSU’s 2019 special teams recruit. LSU has built a pretty solid recruiting class for the year of 2019. A big part of that includes landing the No. 3 kicker and punter in the country per Kohl’s Professional Camps, Cade York. The recruit will look to breathe some life into a shaky Tigers kicking unit that will likely consist of Jack Gonsoulin, Connor Culp, and graduate transfer Cole Tracy. Of course, there is no guarantee all three of those guys will be on the roster upon York’s arrival. According to York, the decision to choose LSU over other programs ultimately...
And The Valley Shook Jul 10, 2018
Greatest Games from Every Season: 2011

Greatest Games from Every Season: 2011

Yep, it’s the one you think. I come in peace. After making enemies of most of you, I circle back around to finish up this series with the greatest game from the greatest year in LSU football history. I find neither of those definitions to be debatable. Yes, what happened in January sucked out loud, but I’m not going to allow it to poison what was the most magical and fun football watching experience in mine and yours lifetimes. The 2011 LSU Tigers were a hellacious band of ass whippers that took absolute pleasure in pulverizing every opponent on their path. Like true big cats in the...
And The Valley Shook Jul 6, 2018
Weekend Watch Party: LSU vs. TCU, 2013

Weekend Watch Party: LSU vs. TCU, 2013

Looking back on LSU’s last trip to Jerryworld. Well, since I guess some TCU fans think they’re cute, now sounds like as good of a time as any to remember the last time the two teams faced off. And as it happens, the Tigers are headed back to Dallas for another Cowboys Kickoff matchup. But in 2013, the Tigers had a breakout performance against the Horned Frogs in the Jerradome, with a 37-27 win. This game was the first appearance of the Jarvis and Odell show, combining for 13 catches for 227 yards and a touchdown, mostly at the expense of future first-round corner Jason Verrett. He...
And The Valley Shook Jul 5, 2018
ATVS Roundtable: Newcomers

ATVS Roundtable: Newcomers

The gang talks some of the newbies we’re most excited about on the 2018 Tigers. Aside from the previously discussed Burrow, what other newcomers are you interested in watching for LSU this season? Dan They aren’t new to the program, but we will finally get to see Breiden Fehoko and Jonathan Giles, the Texas Tech transfers, take the field. Both should be immediate impact players for us. Fehoko garnered a ton of praise throughout practice work and now it’s time to pay that all off. Pairing him with Rashard Lawrence and Rougarou gives LSU an elite front. Giles similarly earned much...
And The Valley Shook Jul 3, 2018
Greatest Games from Every Season: 2012

Greatest Games from Every Season: 2012

MANY PEOPLE ARE SAYING THIS IS THE BEST GAME OF 2012 Forgive me father, for I am about to sin. When I hatched the idea for this series, back in January, it was really meant for selfish exploratory reasons. I wanted to know more about LSU football history and familiarize myself with players like Billy Ezell and Rydell Melancon. I wanted to learn about Ruffin Rodrigue and Andy Hamilton. I figured some of y’all might be interested in that too. But I’d be lying if I didn’t say a handful of games immediately came to mind. Some seasons are simple. 1997. 2017. 1988. 1995. 2002. And some...
And The Valley Shook Jul 2, 2018
Better Know a Freshman: Jarell Cherry

Better Know a Freshman: Jarell Cherry

Everything is upside with Mr. Cherry. Ed Orgeron loves pass rushers. There’s no question that O believes the edge rusher is a foundational piece to a strong defense. For as long as he remains in the program, I’d put good money on LSU signing at least one edge rusher per signing class, if not multiple. Just look at the numbers since his arrival: 2015: Arden Key2016: Andre Anthony, Ray Thornton, Michael Divinity2017: K’Lavon Chaisson2018: Jarell Cherry, Travez Moore, Dantrieze Scott Eight players in four seasons all expected to contribute as edge rushers. Amassing depth at the position...
And The Valley Shook Jun 29, 2018
Weekend Watch Party: LSU-Arizona, 2006

Weekend Watch Party: LSU-Arizona, 2006

Not a classic game, but definitely a memorable beat-down. There are classic moments you always remember between classic teams, and then there are times where you just watched the Tigers eat. On September 9, 2006, the Arizona Wildcats repaid a 2003 visit from LSU with a game in Tiger Stadium. Arizona was in year three under Mike Stoops, and were on the list of dark horse teams entering this year, led by sophomore quarterback Willie Tuitama. I can even remember them getting some sneaky upset buzz on ESPN Gameday that Saturday — not so much “hey Arizona’s going to win,” so much as...
And The Valley Shook Jun 29, 2018
Greatest Games From Every Season: 1972

Greatest Games From Every Season: 1972

Cholly Mac could stop time, too. “You are now entering Louisiana. Set your clocks back four seconds.” I want to be honest. I don’t know if that sign actually existed at the Louisiana/Mississippi border. I’ve heard about it my entire life, and you can find references to the sign online, even on the Wikipedia page of the LSU/Ole Miss rivalry. But I can’t find a photo of it, nor a contemporary news story. You know what? Some things are best unasked. The sign existed because we all believe it existed, and it is still possible to find Ole Miss fans upset about the call even today....
And The Valley Shook Jun 29, 2018
Better Know a Freshman: Chris Curry

Better Know a Freshman: Chris Curry

Menacing back can explode. Can you remember the last time LSU had a significant need at running back? It’s been nearly a decade. In 2009 LSU inexplicably ranked 90th nationally in rushing. This with a back that averaged 5.4 YPC and posted nearly 1,200 yards the season before. LSU ranked outside the top half of the country only one other time since Nick Saban showed up in Baton Rouge... his first year. And most years LSU ranked inside the top 30. If you look at the string of backs in that timespan, it’s only in recent years that there has really been major star cachet. Guys like Justin...
And The Valley Shook Jun 27, 2018
Greatest Games From Every Season: 1989

Greatest Games From Every Season: 1989

The crash was sudden and all-encompassing. You don’t see the calamity coming. It’s only in retrospect that the signs were all so obvious and you can’t believe how you missed them. But when you’re actually living it, those momentous events just seem like another thing that happened. LSU entered the 1989 season No. 7 in the AP poll. The Tigers shared the SEC title thanks to thrilling victories over Alabama and Auburn. The team returned its leading passer (Tommy Hodson), leading rusher (Eddie Fuller), its leading receiver (Tony Moss), and its leading tackler (Verne Ausberry). This was...
And The Valley Shook Jun 26, 2018
Recruiting: Recapping LSU’s Elite Camp

Recruiting: Recapping LSU’s Elite Camp

Well, That Was Something, wasn’t it? Riding the high of receiving a commitment from the consensus No. 1 cornerback Derek Stingley, the LSU staff sat at 13 commits for the 2019 class and was looking for more entering their biggest weekend of the summer. There Were Commits, Oh Were There Commits Peter Parrish started things off for the Tigers as the first commitment of the weekend. Coming into the camp, everyone knew Parrish was a threat with his feet, but his arm was the unproven aspect of his game. Reports came out that he had good zip on all of his throws and was hitting different...
And The Valley Shook Jun 25, 2018
Greatest Games from Every Season: 2017

Greatest Games from Every Season: 2017

Don’t call it a comeback. 1970198019881992199520012008 The LSU/Auburn rivalry is strange. Starting in 1902, it may surprise you to learn the teams have played only 52 times in history. Compare that to 106 times vs. Ole Miss and even 82 vs. Alabama. This is even more amazing when you consider that in the 60 seasons this series covers, LSU & Auburn played only 34 times. 8 out of those 34 seasons did we determine it was the best game of the year, and that doesn’t even include when Auburn’s barn burned down, the 2007 thriller, or that time Leonard Fournette struck down with great...

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    Kristian Fulton

    Report: NCAA to Hear Fulton’s Case

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    LSU at SEC Media Days: Coach O and The Tigers Preach a New Day for the Offense

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    Rashard Lawrence

    LSU at SEC Media Days: Coach O and The Tigers Preach a New Day for the Offense

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    Devin White

    LSU at SEC Media Days: Coach O and The Tigers Preach a New Day for the Offense

  • Jonathan Giles

    Jonathan Giles

    ATVS Roundtable: Newcomers

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