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2018 Schedule
9-4, 3rd in SEC - West
McMillan impresses in LSU's spring game (1:43)
Jefferson blazes for 94-yard TD in LSU's spring game (0:36)
Beckham Jr., Adams hang out at LSU spring game (2:04)
Prospect Profile: Arden Key (0:37)
Prospect Profile: DJ Chark (0:50)
Prospect Profile: Donte Jackson (0:47)
Prospect Profile: Derrius Guice (0:46)
Arden Key prospect profile (0:41)
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Ex-Stanford CB Alexander signs with LSU

Former Stanford cornerback Terrence Alexander has signed with the LSU Tigers as a graduate transfer and is eligible to play this season.

LSU focusing on passing game ahead of upcoming season (3:30)

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

LSU edge rusher Arden Key said he plans to do everything that he didn't do at the combine during LSU's pro day on April 5. Key, who spoke during Tyrann Mathieu's charity kickball game in New Orleans, said he thinks the most important part for him will be the position drills – so he can show his body type and the type of shape he is in at 250 pounds of “good weight.” Obviously the interviews with teams are especially vital for Key during this pre-draft process, too, because of off-field concerns after he took a leave of absence from the school last year that was never publicly explained. But Key insists those talks with teams at the combine and over the phone have been going great – and expects the same when he takes visits next month. “I have to tell them why, but it's just being truthful, being you and letting my personality shine,” Key said. “A lot of teams have changed their perception of me.”

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Tyrann Mathieu said a lot of guys do golf and basketball. But the new Texans safety said he chose kickball for his charity event in his hometown of New Orleans because it reminded him of growing up here. Mathieu was joined by fellow NFL players like Jamal Adams, Antoine Bethea, Tarik Cohen, Tony Jefferson, Robert Alford, Duke Riley and Delvin Breaux, LSU coach Ed Orgeron and boxer Regis Prograis, among many others.

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40dAdam Rittenberg

Clemson prevails in 64-team college football bracket

As we finish up our dream, 64-team college football bracket, which team reigns supreme? Thanks to a dominant defense and several options at QB, Dabo Swinney's squad comes out on top.

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41dAdam Rittenberg

What would happen in a 64-team college football bracket?

Sure, the College Football Playoff is great, but let's get greedy. Using the 2018 preseason FPI, we get down to the Sweet 16 in a true version of gridiron madness.


Highly questionable line of questioning at the combine

Dan Le Batard, Papi and Izzy Gutierrez question if the NFL should punish the team that asked Derrius Guice if he liked men, if we should stop criticizing Josh Rosen and if Oklahoma deserves to be in the NCAA tournament.

Golic & Wingo shocked by 'stupidity' of Guice questioning (2:42)

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

LSU WR D.J. Chark posted an unofficial 4.34 40-yard dash at the NFL combine. Chark had a good week in Mobile at the Senior Bowl, too. With a long frame (6-foot-3, 199 pounds), Chark has the big play ability over the top and the footwork to set up defensive backs on double-moves.

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67dEdward Aschoff

Take a spin with college football's trade machine

Clemson QB Kelly Bryant and Alabama QB Jalen Hurts on the move? With quality backups in place, let's make some (pretend) deals. Here are 11 trade-deadline-inspired moves to improve college football's best teams for 2018.

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74dGerry Hamilton

Winners and losers from national signing day

National signing day is in the books. Florida State and USC rallied for big finishes while other teams saw high hopes fizzle out at the finish line.

LSU focusing on keeping in-state talent (3:21)
Which recruits have biggest shoes to fill? (6:30)

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