Jul 16, 2014; Hoover, AL, USA; LSU Tigers head coach Les Miles talks to the media during the SEC Football Media Days at the Wynfrey Hotel. Mandatory Credit: Marvin Gentry-USA TODAY Sports

SEC West Previews: LSU

LSU continues to lose a ton of talent to the NFL Draft each year. They aren’t just seniors but players leaving early in mass. When will this catch up to the Tigers? They have won at least 10 games in each of the last four years, but many are anticipating a dip in 2014.


  • vs. Wisconsin (in Houston, TX)
  • Sam Houston State
  • ULM
  • Mississippi State
  • New Mexico State
  • at Auburn
  • at Florida
  • Kentucky
  • Ole Miss
  • (Bye)
  • Alabama
  • at Arkansas
  • (Bye)
  • at Texas A&M (Thurs)

The first thing that sticks out is that they don’t have an off week until November 1st. But they have a lot of key games at home including MSU, Ole Miss and Alabama. While they have an unsettled quarterback situation and a lot of inexperience, if they could navigate a few hurdles they could be poised for another double-digit win season….or they may not be close.

Returning starters

TE Dillon Gordon
C Elliott Porter
LG Vadal Alexander
RT Jerald Hawkins
LT La’el Collins

DE Jermauria Rasco
DE Danielle Hunter
LB Kwon Alexander
LB DJ Welter
CB Tre’davious White
SS Ronald Martin
FS Jalen Mills

Returning production


  1. Anthony Jennings – 2nd leading passer with 181 yards and 1 TD


  1. Terrence Magee – 2nd leading rusher with 626 yards and 8 TD
  2. Kenny Hilliard – 4th leading rusher with 310 yards and 7 TD


  1. Travin Rural – 4th leading receiver with 145 yards and 2 TD
  2. Travis Dickson – 6th leading receiver with 109 yards and 0 TD

Offensive line – 75 career starts returning

Defense – return 8 of their top 11 tacklers

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