LSU Tigers baseball current RPI
For the second week in a row, LSU's RPI moved in the opposite direction after losing two of three games to Florida over the weekend.
5-star RB Noah Cain dialed in on developing relationships with new LSU staff
Welcome to SEC Country's daily Eye on the Tigers, a rundown of everything happening in LSU Tigers recruiting, with Sam Spiegelman. Today, we discuss an important factor in LSU's ability to land the nation's top 2019 running back.
Ex-LSU QB Brandon Harris transferring to North Carolina
Former LSU quarterback Brandon Harris announced Sunday that he would transfer to North Carolina for his final season. Harris, who lost the LSU starting job last season in Week 2, expects to graduate this summer and be eligible immediately as a graduate ...
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Tigers look to avoid sweep at Florida
4 LSU at McKethan Stadium. Florida improved to 16-8 overall and 2-3 in the SEC, while LSU dropped to 17-6 overall and 3-2 in conference play. The Tigers will try to avoid the sweep today with freshman right-hander Eric Walker taking the mound for LSU.
Top Chef Will Decamp to Colorado for Season 15
Top Chef's next contestants will be packing their knives for the Centennial State. Bravo says Season 15 of the Emmy-winning series will take up residence in Colorado. In a statement about the new location, the channel's VP Shari Levine says: “We are ...
Fires near Colorado Springs homeless camps likely accidental
The Gazette reports that on Wednesday the most recent fire in the Colorado Springs area set off a series of small explosions near a homeless camp south of downtown. The brush fire burned an area of about 50 feet by 50 feet before the Colorado Springs ...
'No time to ask questions': Lawmaker appears to defend use of WWII Japanese internment camps
A Colorado state lawmaker on Wednesday repeatedly appeared to defend the use of internment camps for Japanese Americans in World War II during a debate on a bill intended to “protect Colorado residents from federal government overreach.” He later ...
Conversion therapy ban dies in Colorado Senate committee
The Denver Channel
DENVER – A bill that would have banned the practice of conversion therapy in Colorado has died in committee. The Senate Committee on State, Veterans and Military Affairs voted 3-2 Wednesday to postpone the bill indefinitely. This marks the third time ...