LSU Tigers Football Schedule
The LSU Tigers have long been one of the most dominant teams in all of college football
but have struggled a bit early on in SEC play this year. There are still plenty of opportunities for the Tigers to turn things
around as they have huge games against highly ranked opponents that could not only move them up the SEC West standings, but
the national rankings as well. The Tigers will be looking to pull off some big wins as they try to regain their dominance
of the SEC West. Be sure to get your tickets for the LSU Tigers from StubHub as soon as possible so you can get some of the
best seats in the house.
Alabama has a must-win home game at Tiger Stadium on Saturday, October 18th when the Kentucky
Wildcats come to Baton Rouge. Kentucky is having a decent season and plays in the SEC East but the Tigers cannot afford to
lose at home to a predominantly basketball school like Kentucky. The following weekend on the 25th comes what could be the
biggest game of the season when the number 3 ranked Ole Miss Rebels pay a visit to Tigers Stadium. The Rebels are currently
undefeated and a win against the first place SEC West team could go a long way in proving that the Tigers are still National
Championship contenders and deserve a spot in the first ever NCAA Football Playoff. The beauty of playing in the tough SEC
is that there are always plenty of chances to score big wins and the LSU Tigers will have one final shot during their last
home game on November 8th when the Alabama Crimson Tide arrive at Tiger Stadium. Alabama currently only has one loss and are
ranked 7th in the nation and the Tigers could find themselves back in the SEC Championship Game if they get the huge home
wins over Alabama and Ole Miss.
The LSU Tigers are looking to make their way back into National
Championship contention despite stumbling early in the season and they definitely have the talent to do it. Wide receiver
Travin Dural has been virtually unstoppable with six touchdowns so far and an average of more than 25 yards per catch while
his partner in the receiving corps Malachi Dupre has four touchdowns of his own and is also averaging more than 23 yards per
catch. The Tigers opened their season with a huge win over 14th ranked Wisconsin and still have three more opportunities to
pick up a win against a ranked opponent before the season ends which could drastically improve their chances of reaching the
Playoff. Head coach Les Miles has long been one of the best coaches in college football and he will surely be able to motivate
his teams and call all the right plays. This is an exciting season in Baton Rouge and is a long way from over for the Tigers.
When the Tigers hit the gridiron for an exhilarating match up against one of their most bitter
rivals, you will immediately see the difference between seeing them on your big TV and being there in the the stands. Once
you have seen the game the way it was meant to be seen, the TV experience suddenly becomes completely inadequate. Be there
for all of the hard-hitting college football action, from highlight reel runs and eye-popping catches to clutch throws that
will have you jumping out of your seat in no time. With a game loaded with players that know how to put on a show, you'll
see first-hand why the college football has become the cream of the crop in American sports. There is nothing quite like seeing
college football alongside tens of thousands of fans, and that's definitely the case when it comes to seeing the LSU Tigers.
As always, LSU Tigers tickets are available at StubHub, the best place to go to find tickets for all of the biggest college
football games. Before you know it, the Tigers are methodically driving down the field with the clock winding down late in
the fourth quarter, as the intensity rises with each snap of the ball and fans eagerly anticipate the outcome. We all know
you can follow the action on your smart phone or watch from a bar down the street, but it is a completely different level
of experience to be there to watch all the drama unfold before your very eyes. By the time the game is over you will want
to start making plans for your next trip to Tiger Stadium.
LSU Tigers Football Conference
I football, the Southeast Conference, or SEC, is consistently the toughest in college football. The University of Alabama
Crimson Tide is the all time SEC leaders with 23 conference titles and 15 national championships, including 3 titles in the
last 4 years. The SEC is home to some of the sport's biggest rivalries including Auburn vs. Georgia, Auburn vs. Alabama, Louisiana
State University vs. Florida, and Alabama vs. Tennessee. Some of college football's greatest players have come from the SEC
like Tennessee's Peyton Manning, Georgia Bulldog running back Herschel Walker, Mississippi linebacker Patrick Willis, Florida
quarterback Tim Tebow, defensive tackle Reggie White and Auburn running back Bo Jackson. When you play in the SEC, every game
is a tough one. The LSU Tigers, who play in the SEC West Division, consistently play games against some of the toughest teams
in the country like Alabama, Auburn, and Ole Miss. Last season the Auburn Tigers finished with a 13-1 record (7-1 in SEC play)
and went on to play in the BCS National Championship Game where they fell to the Florida State Seminoles in a thriller. The
SEC is always exciting, with a rivalry every week and one loss could cost a team a shot at a national championship.
The LSU Tigers have produced 27 Consensus All-Americans, among them Hall of Famer Billy Cannon who won
the Heisman Trophy and was one of the most celebrated players in the American Football League.