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LSU Tigers Football 2015 News and Updates
9/30/15 - Even though the LSU Tigers football team is currently sitting on an undefeated record, doesn’t mean the season hasn’t been tough for them. They have had a grueling schedule, taking on Mississippi State, Auburn and Syracuse, all of which are top teams in the nation. On September 26, the Tigers faced off against the Syracuse Orange on the road. Both teams played well offensively, however the Tigers were able to outscore the Orange by 34-24 to win the game. Watch the number nine ranked team play the Eastern Michigan Eagles on October 3 for an evening game. Tickets are still available to purchase so don’t miss the opportunity to enjoy some great fall weather football.
9/23/15 - Leonard Fournette turned heads this past weekend, as LSU Tigers Football prevailed over No. 18 Auburn by a score of 45-21. Fournette, a sophomore running back, rushed for an astounding 228 yards on 19 carries, logging three trips to the endzone for No. 8 LSU in the victory. It wasn’t just the yardage that was impressive, though. The young RB’s drives were powerful, breaking tackles and felling defenders almost like a man among boys. He’ll put his head down and try to rush his Tigers to a 3-0 record when they face off with Syracuse this weekend, and you can pick up tickets today! Get in from $24 and up!
9/16/15 - The LSU Tigers football program is already one game behind the rest of the other teams because their first game was cancelled due to weather. Thus, they had their first official game on September 12 against the Mississippi State Bulldogs. The Tigers stormed the field during the first quarter and were able to score 14 points. The half ended with the Tigers leading 14-3. However, the Bulldogs weren’t going to give up that easily and instead they came back with a vengeance. It all came down to the wire, but the Tigers were able to pull off a 21-19 win. See if they can defeat the number 18 team, the Auburn Tigers on September 19. Tickets are still available for the home game, so don’t miss your chance!
9/9/15 - The LSU Tigers football program and fans alike were thrilled to get the 2015 season underway last week. Unfortunately, no one was able to get out their LSU paraphernalia because the team cancelled their first scheduled game. The team was supposed to take on the McNeese State Cowboys on September 5, but due to severe weather, also known as lightning, the LSU organization decided to cancel it all around. This is the first cancellation for the team in over 100 years of playing. It not only affects fans that traveled long distances to see the team, but the schools financials, and it shorts the team by lacking some experience in a real game. Get tickets today for their upcoming game against the Mississippi State Bulldogs this weekend. The match up should be exciting and very fun to watch.
9/3/15 - The LSU Tigers football team certainly has an unusual schedule this year. With only one instance of two consecutive home games, fans should expect to wait several weeks in between most of the matches. Because of this fact, it seems many of the tickets are being snatched up quickly. If you were hoping to attend some games, it would be wise to get your tickets now. In fact, this is likely your last chance if you had any intention of cheering the Tigers on during the first month of the season. Tickets for their first two home games, against the McNeese State Cowboys on September 5th and the Auburn Tigers on September 19th, are nearly sold out, the latter of which only has a few tickets remaining starting at $118.
8/25/15 - It is time for the LSU Tigers football team to take the field again. In just over a week, the 2015 college football season starts back up. While their season opener is on their own field, they will be heading out for an away game for their second matchup, and they will not have many back to back home games. Get your tickets for September 5th when the Tigers host the McNeese State Cowboys. Tickets are still available starting at $17. Then, the Tigers will return for their September 19th match against the Auburn Tigers. Tickets for that match are nearly sold out, but a few tickets are still available starting at $113. With many away games in their schedule, be sure to catch their home game live when they pop up.
8/18/15 - As part of the LSU Tigers football team preparation for the 2015 season, they will have their second scrimmage on Saturday, August 22.. This past Saturday, the Tigers had their first preseason scrimmage, although it largely focused on situational plays rather than game-like circumstances. The first and second teams performed well, with only one turnover. During fall camp, fans are focusing on news about the quarterback position, as this was an area of weakness in the previous season. SEC Nation, the SEC Networks pregame show, is set to be on the LSU campus for the Auburn game on September 19. The 2015 season kicks off for the Tigers on September 5 at home against the NcNeese State Cowboys. You can get tickets to watch the game in person, with prices as low as $21.
7/16/15 - Chosen by members of the collective media to finish third in the SEC West, LSU figures to find themselves among the top teams in college football once again in 2015. The Tigers were chosen fourth overall in SEC Championship voting, having finished 8-5 last year in what the program considered a disappointing season. LSU Tigers Football is ready to rebound behind head coach Les Miles, who is focused on elevating his team’s play and reaching the College Football Playoffs in ’15. “Our goal is the [Playoffs],” Miles said, expanding the statement to include the SEC title as well. LSU fans, get your tickets for the upcoming season right now! Seats are on sale for each game including the home opener on September 5th at Tiger Stadium. Get in from $16!
6/24/15 - With the 2015 season quickly approaching, every fan wanted to know if Anthony Jennings or Brandon Harris would be the next LSU Tigers football team quarterback. This week, Jennings was arrested and has been suspended. Being the only option still in the running, Harris officially has the position, but many are more excited to see what Tre’Davious White can bring to the spot of cornerback. He may just be the most talented player on the team, and he is sure to make waves as he heads up the Tigers' defense. The first game of the season is on September 5th, just more than two months away. The day the Tigers head out on the field again is nearly here, so be sure to get your tickets now.
5/27/15 - The LSU Tigers football team is spending the summer preparing for the 2015 season, but many of the coaches are already looking ahead to the 2016 season with their recruitment efforts. As they work on the recruits for their 2016 class, their priority is on the defense, namely the linebackers and defensive line. The more recent recruiting classes featured more offensive players, so the coaches will need to work on preparing a strong defensive line to create a more well-rounded team. They already have nine verbal commitments as they continue to recruit over the next few months. Tickets for the 2015 season are on sale. Fans can also catch the conference opener against Auburn on September 19 on CBS. Tickets for the home opener against the McNeese State Cowboys start at $28.
10/29/14 - The upcoming game between the LSU Tigers football team and Alabama Crimson Tide is sure to be an exciting one. The game is being referred to as the SEC’s toughest competition. Alabama is ranked No. 6 and LSU is No. 19, but the two teams are known for recruiting at high levels and turning out professional talent. The head-to-head match on Saturday is to be one of the conference’s premier rivalries. LSU’s recent wins have suggested that they are ready to compete against Alabama in a hugely physical and intense game. Both teams have had an entire weekend to rest, preserving energy so that they can both be playing their best in the upcoming game. Experience the excitement for yourself at Tiger Stadium in Baton Rougue, LA. The game is to take place on Saturday, November 8 at 7:00 PM. Tickets are on sale with a starting price of $75.
9/17/14 - Heading into Week 4 of College Football, the LSU Tigers are undefeated on the year with a 3-0 record. Les Miles’ wrecking crew will continue their long homestand to start the season, with a game this Saturday against Mississippi State. The Bulldogs also tote a flawless record thus far, but see if LSU can persuade them otherwise when Mississippi State visits Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge. Score LSU Tigers tickets and attend this SEC opener for a minimum of $50.
8/6/14 – The LSU Tigers opened fall camp on Sunday, inching a step closer to the start of the highly anticipated 2014 season. All eyes will be on this talented, but young, team; namely running back Leonard Fournette and quarterback Brandon Harris, both of whom have made huge strides since spring. LSU Football will kick things off in less than four weeks with their season opener against Wisconsin (in Houston, TX). Get into this neutral-ground game for as little as $63 on Saturday, Aug. 30. If you want to get a real jump on the season, buy LSU vs. Alabama tickets for their Nov. 8 game in Tiger Stadium—the second most expensive college football game of the season, averaging $494 a seat (ranked just below the Nov. 29 Michigan-Ohio State showdown).
7/20/14 – There’s no denying that a major draw at this year’s SEC media days was LSU Tigers head coach Les Miles and his quotable interviews. “The Mad Hatter” was true to form, but perhaps his most telling answer was also his shortest quip. “I like us. I like us in every game,” the coach said of LSU’s 2014 schedule. Though he wouldn’t mind “draft[ing] back some of the players" that the NFL took last year, he’s used to the challenges and looks forward to replacing them with guys who are just as capable, if not better. Score your Wisconsin Badgers vs. LSU Tigers Football tickets with Razorgator and see how this vaunted team fares in Week 1!
6/25/14 – Lock in your LSU Tigers tickets for a Thanksgiving Day football spectacular now! LSU is pitted against the Texas A&M Aggies on November 27 for their regular season finale. Boasting one of the best secondaries in the nation—highlighted by top-tier corners Tre’Davious White and Rashard Robinson—the Aggies and their fresh-faced quarterback will find it hard to move the ball through the air against LSU. What’s more, the Tigers are 2-0 against Texas A&M since joining the SEC two years ago. See if the Bayou Bengals can make it a three-peat with LSU Tigers tickets today! The get-in price for this holiday matchup starts at a steep $146 minimum.
6/13/14 – The LSU Tigers may have been hit hard by this year’s NFL Draft, but the school still has an incredible crop of athletes starting in 2014. In fact, ten LSU players were named to the Athlon Sports All-SEC Teams this week, including Tre’Davious White (first team defense) and OT La’el Collins, corner Rashard Robinson and placekicker Colby Delahoussaye (second team). The Tigers return 17 starters from last season's 10-3 squad, with a few holes to fill on offense. Head coach Les Miles and his supporting staff will travel to Nike’s World Headquarters in Oregon to check out promising prospects at the invite-only “Opening” competition. See if the coaching staff comes home with a few players in tow with LSU Tigers football tickets today!
6/4/14 – Do you have your tickets to the LSU season opener against Wisconsin? The Tigers will look to go 10-0 under Les Miles in season openers when the Badgers come to town. LSU Tigers tickets at NRG Stadium are 7 percent less than the season average ($268). Senior Day in Baton Rouge remains the most expensive game at Tiger Stadium; Alabama vs. LSU tickets are an average $736, down 1.6 percent in the last two weeks. The young LSU club will do all they can to get their veteran teammates a W in their final game at home, make sure you do all you can by buying LSU Tigers tickets for the November 8 game and cheer the purple and yellow on to victory!
5/20/14 – The brutal SEC West will not allow any breaks for the LSU Tigers this season. Coming off a 10-3 record last year, LSU returns one of the best offensive lines in the Conference but with the departure of Zach Mettenberger (QB), Odell Beckham (WR), and Jarvis Landry (WR) to the draft, there are concerns at the positions. The competition between sophomore Anthony Jennings and true freshman Brandon Harris for the starting role at quarterback is underway. Find out which QB gets the job with LSU Tigers tickets today! The home-opener against the Wisconsin Badgers is avg. $296, with a get-in price of $95. The season finale at Tiger Stadium is a much steeper $748 on average, more than double the next most expensive game (vs. Mississippi State, avg. $368).
4/21/14 – LSU and Wisconsin will play a neutral-site game to open the season August 30 at NRG Stadium (formerly Reliant Stadium), home of the Houston Texans. LSU Tigers football tickets for the AdvoCare Texas Kickoff start at $95. It will be just the third time the two teams will face off, and the first since 1972. The LSU Tigers schedule also features: Sam Houston State (get-in $34), Louisiana –Monroe (get-in $51), Mississippi State (get-in $84), New Mexico State (get-in $24), Kentucky (get-in $77), Mississippi (get-in $98), and highly-anticipated Alabama (get-in $301). Recently announced, the Syracuse Orange and LSU Tigers will play a home-and-home series beginning in 2015.
2/4/14 - The LSU Tigers are losing a big chunk of players to the NFL Draft this year. Foregoing degrees, WR Odell Beckham, DT Ego Ferguson, (top RB prospect) Jeremy Hill, DT Anthony Johnson, WR Javis Landry, and OG Trai Turner will be headed to the pros. Head coach Les Miles will be without much of his offense: 77.4% receiving yards and over half of their rushing yards, to be exact. Still, Miles had to deal with 10 players leaving two years ago, so six this time around is certainly not apocalyptic. Last year, LSU’s 10-3 record was generally viewed as a “down season” for the storied team, which displays the Tigers’ prestige, and it looks like Miles have another resurgence, with a recruiting class ranked 7 in the nation (headlined by No.2 rated recruit, RB Leonard Fournette). With 7 would-be seniors gone, can Miles do work with the inexperienced crew he has left?
With head coach Les Miles entering his 10th season at the helm of the LSU Tigers, the tradition-laden squad hopes to be one of the four teams still standing when the first ever College Football Playoff selection committee makes its decisions later this year. As a member of the Southeastern Conference, arguably the Football Bowl Subdivision’s strongest collection of schools, LSU plays a parade of strong rivals every season, including such “Tiger bait” as Alabama, Mississippi and Arkansas. For 2014, the Tigers also open with a key neutral-site clash against Big Ten power Wisconsin.
11/5/13- The Tigers are getting ready to pounce for leadership in the SEC West, looking to improve their 7-2 record, after taking a loss to Mississippi and unranked Georgia earlier in the season. To do that, they must renew the LSU-Alabama rivalry this Saturday, when the Tigers host the undefeated Tide in “Death Valley”, for one of the biggest games in regular season play. In the last three meetings, LSU has come out on top by slight margins, but will they be able to snap Alabama’s unbeaten streak this year? Tickets start at $165 in the Upper Level, and rise to a staggering $772 in the second most expensive College football game of the year.
The LSU Tigers season last year, which ended with a 10-3 record and a loss to the Clemson Tigers in the Chick-fil-A Bowl, was disappointing by LSU standards. This season, coach Les Miles looks to return the team to BCS National Championship contention in the final year of the current BCS format. Always known for their stingy defense, the Tigers will be hoping for improvement on the offensive side of the ball. The offense hinges on junior quarterback Zack Mettenberger, who should show more consistency with a full year of starting under his belt. Average price for LSU football tickets at home this season is $277, second highest in the NCAA after the Notre Dame Fighting Irish and one spot higher than rival Alabama Crimson Tide.
LSU opens the 2013 season against the TCU Horned Frogs in the Cowboys Classic in Arlington. Held at Cowboys Stadium on 8/31, it's the second most expensive game of the NCAA football season, with an average TCU vs. LSU tickets price of $726. The most expensive game on the LSU Tigers football schedule at Tiger Stadium this season is against Heisman trophy winner Johnny Manziel and the Texas A&M Aggies on 11/23, with an average price of $531 for the rivalry game. The LSU vs. Alabama game in Tuscaloosa this season is slightly less expensive, at an average Alabama vs. LSU tickets price of $525. At $78, the 10/26 game against FCS opponent Furman on 10/26 is the least expensive LSU Tigers football home game. The Florida Gators also come to Baton Rouge this season on 10/12, and Florida vs. LSU tickets are averaging $378.