LSU Addresses Its Chief Concern (7.13.09)
Bradley Dale Peveto and Doug Mallory didn't end up being quite what the Tiger faithful were hoping for, and the result was an uncharacteristically down year on defense for LSU.
Les Gets His Groove Back (7.15.09)
"Whatever happened to me, Gary? I used to be the guy."
Deep in the Bayou? (7.15.09)
LSU really wasn't all that unusual last year in that it had a quarterback situation -- most of the teams in the SEC had troubles under center in 2008. What was unusual was the way in which that problem presented itself.
Lousiana Losses (and Wins) (7.16.09)
This is going to be better than the 8-5 team of last year. The problem is that the West appears to easily be the deeper division this year and LSU draws the two best teams in the East, making it difficult for the Tigers to climb in the standings.
Why I Like Les Miles (7.18.09)
Miles has never lost a bowl game at LSU, and in fact has never won a bowl game by fewer than two TDs. He has one losing streak in his four seasons against the Tigers, against Ole Miss (arguably the third-best team in the conference) and Arkansas (an always tricky rivalry game) at the end of last year's disappointing regular season.