The focus has been largely on the first pick of the draft for the Texans. Time for a look at a second round scenario where you will see new names and some surprises.
Brien and Paul fill up their gas tank and head east to Baton Rouge and Athens. Joining them on their first stop is Tommy Krysan from Pelican Sports Network. Tommy gives an in-depth summary of LSU quarterback Zach Mettenberger’s pro-day today. Mettenberger suffered a torn ACL during the 2013 season and according to Tommy, he still has not fully recovered from surgery. Dan Mathews from Football.com joins the boys on their last stop in Athens to talk about Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray and the status of his recovery, after suffering the same injury as Mettenberger last season. Dan says Murray is having a rapid recovery and will be able to fully participate in his pro-day next week.
Hub Arkush of Pro Football Weekly joined MaD Radio and told Seth and Mike that no QB in this year’s draft is worth the #1 overall pick.
The LSU Board of Supervisors has approved a boost in sports ticket and parking prices as requested by Athletic Director Joe Alleva.
Not since 1957 have the Owls been able to claim an outright conference title, but with a victory over Marshall at Rice Stadium tomorrow, that will change.
LSU has announced that Zach Mettenberger’s playing career with the Tigers is officially over.
Head football coach of the LSU Tigers Les Miles joins J&R to talk some football. Miles talks about Johnny Manziel and if he’s the best player in college football. Miles also talks about the college […]
Senior Bowl Exec. Dir. Phil Savage has some bad news for those that think Johnny Manziel’s college success won’t translate to the NFL.
For Les Miles to make LSU history as the first coach to claim four consecutive 10-win seasons, he’ll have to do something he hasn’t accomplished since 2006: win the final three games of the season.
Even Nick Saban isn’t protesting too loudly that Alabama-LSU is just another game.