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Will LSU Crank Up Music Between Opposition’s Plays At Tiger Stadium?

LSU's Tiger Stadium is one of the loudest in all of football. However, it could get even louder in 2014, thanks to the relaxation of a current rule.

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Johnny Manziel Named SEC Male Athlete of the Year

Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel was named the 2013 Roy F. Kramer SEC Male Athlete of the Year on Tuesday.

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LSU Hangs On To Defeat Arkansas, 20-13

The LSU Tigers concluded their 2012 regular season schedule on Friday, defeating the Arkansas Razorbacks, 20-13, in SEC action in Fayetteville, Arkansas.

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LSU Faces Arkansas

The seventh-ranked LSU Tigers close out their 2012 regular season schedule on Friday afternoon, as coach Les miles' squad squares-off withe Arkansas Razorbacks in SEC action in Fayetteville, Arkansas.

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LSU Rallies To Beat Ole Miss, 41-35

Jeremy hill scored on a one-yard touchdown run with :15 remaining to lift the 7th-ranked LSU Tigers to a 41-35 come-from-behind victory over the Ole Miss Rebels, in SEC action, on Saturday afternoon at Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

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An Interview With The SEC

The South Eastern Conference is widely regarded for having the best college football in the country. Fans of the SEC are known for their pride and enthusiasm, and their lack of respect for any football team residing outside of the illustrious conference. From the outside looking in, the SEC seems like one big happy family, but what if the SEC could talk? What if we could interview it? Would they still sound like one big happy family?

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LSU Wins SEC Title, Beats Georgia 42-10

The top-ranked LSU Tigers won the 2011 SEC Championship on Saturday, defeating the Georgia Bulldogs, 42-10, in the SEC Championship Game, at the Georgia Dome, in Atlanta, Ga.

Georgia scored the first ten points of the game, and led 10-0 late in the second quarter.

The Tigers were able to get on the board for the first time courtesy of special teams, when Tyrann Mathieu returned a punt 59 yards for a touchdown at the 7:00 mark, to cut the Bulldog lead to 10-7.

Neither team scored the rest of the half, and Georgia took a 10-7 lead into the break.

The second half was then all LSU, with the Tigers outscoring Georgian 35-0, meaning LSU scored 42 unanswered points.

In the third quarter, the Tigers got three touchdowns from Kenny Hilliard, two on the ground, and one receiving, to take a 28-10 lead into the final frame.

The Tigers put the game to bed with two fourth quarter touchdowns, the first a a 48-yard run at the 6:17 mark of the fourth quarter by Alfred Blue, and the second, a 45-yard interception return by Morris Claiborne at the 5:12 mark of the quarter, extending the score to 42-10.

That proved to complete the scoring, and the Tigers left as SEC champions, winning 42-10.

Georgia was actually able to outgain LSU, in terms of total yards, 293-237, but the Tigers outgained the Bulldogs on the ground, 207-76.

Blue led the LSU rushing attack, with 94 yards, and a touchdown, on eight carries.

With the win, the Tigers improve to 13-0 on the year, while Georgia had their 10-game win streak snapped, and fell to 10-3.

For LSU it's their 11th SEC title in school history, and their fourth win in the SEC Championship Game.

The Tigers will now head to this year's BCS title game.

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LSU Takes On Georgia For SEC Title

The top-ranked LSU Tigers take on the 12th-ranked Georgia Bulldogs, in the 2011 SEC championship game, on Saturday afternoon.

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LSU Hosts Arkansas

The top-ranked LSU Tigers wrap-up their 2011 regular season schedule on Friday afternoon, playing host to the third-ranked Arkansas Razorbacks, in a big SEC game that may also have some say in the BCS title game.

If the Tigers win, they would win the SEC Western Division, move on to the SEC title game, stay unbeaten, and would more than likely guarantee themselves a spot in the BCS title game.

If the Razorbacks were to pull the upset, they would move into a three-way tie with LSU and Alabama in the division, and put the Tigers into a group of schools with one loss vying to play for the BCS title on January 9.

LSU is 11-0 overall, and 7-0 in SEC play, while Arkansas is 10-1 overall, and 6-1 in league play.

Kick-off time at Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge is set for 1:35 pm.

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LSU Hosts WKU

The top-ranked LSU Tigers return to action on Saturday evening, playing host to the WKU Hilltoppers, in non-conference play.

Both teams are coming off of hard-fought, emotional victorious, as LSU defeated Alabama, 9-6, in overtime, last week, while WKU got by FIU, 10-9.

LSU is unbeaten on the year, at 9-0 overall, and 6-0 in SEC play, while WKU has won five straight, and is 5-4 overall, and 5-1 in the Sun Belt Conference.

Kick-off time is scheduled for 6 p, at Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge.

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