Fans of LSU, Kentucky and the entire SEC will have a unique opportunity Saturday to have their questions answered live from two quarterback alums during Kentucky’s game at LSU on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. Eastern.
Top 10 College Football Coaches For NFL Jobs, including Alabama's Nick Saban, Oregon's Chip Kelly, LSU's Les Miles, UCLA's Jim Mora, USC's Lane Kiffin, Iowa's Kirk Ferentz, Stanford's David Shaw, Washington's Steve Sarkisian, Florida's Will Muschamp and Ohio State's Urban Meyer.</p>
With nearly one-third of the NFL coaching jobs expected to be vacant by year’s end — including sweet gigs like the Philadelphia Eagles, San Diego Chargers and New Orleans Saints, as well as the revolving doors of the Cleveland Browns, Kansas City Chiefs, Arizona Cardinals and Jacksonville Jaguars — silly season is officially upon us.
15 Weird, Wild Facts About College Football's Best Bowls, including the Notre Dame Fighting Irish and Alabama Crimson Tide in the BCS National Championship Game, Oregon Ducks and Kansas State Wildcats in the Fiesta Bowl, Florida Gators and Louisville Cardinals in the Sugar Bowl, Florida State Seminoles and Northern Illinois Huskies in the Orange Bowl, Stanford Cardinal and Wisconsin Badgers in the Rose Bowl, Texas A&M Aggies and Oklahoma Sooners in the Cotton Bowl, and LSU Tigers and Clemson Tigers in the Chick-fil-A Bowl.</p>
The 35-ring circus of bowl season is full of sideshows, freak shows, split stats and split personalities. And the biggest and best bowls have the most exciting high-wire acts, thanks to their award winners, NFL prospects, high-priced coaches, rabid fan bases and big dog endorsement deals. Here’s a look at 15 weird and wild facts, stats and trends from the best bowls this postseason.
The Top 5 reasons why Les Miles and the LSU Tigers will beat Nick Saban and the Alabama Crimson Tide, including the home field advantage of Tiger Stadium at night, the LSU defensive line, the Mad Hatter, punter Brad Wing and the Tigers running game.</p>
LSU and Texas A&M will meet for the 51st time on Saturday, when the Tigers travel to Kyle Field for the first time since 1995 to battle the Aggies. These two proud schools may be new SEC rivals, but obviously LSU and Texas A&M are very familiar historically and on the recruiting trail.