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Ealy headed to LSU this weekend, position change possible?

BATON ROUGE—The list this weekend for campers headed to Baton Rouge rivals some high school all-star games. That list will include one of the top offensive lineman in the State of Louisiana who told Bayou Bengals Insider he will actually be working out on the other side of the football when he arrives on campus. Adrian Ealy is a 6-6, 280-pound University Lab product and already has offers on the table from Florida, Florida State, LSU, Mississippi State and Texas. “I’ll be there this weekend for sure,” Ealy said of the trip to the second LSU summer camp. “And I will be working out. I just want to show the coaching staff at LSU in the one-on-one workouts that I have the strength and ability to stay with some elite defensive linemen and just prove that I can also be one of their top recruits in 2017. I’m still really young so I

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Williams heading to camp this weekend

SHREVEPORT—A member of the 2016 committed class of DBU, Andraez Williams is headed to TigerTown this weekend to show off the skills which earned him a scholarship offer from Les Miles and staff. The 6-2, 175-pound defensive back out of Calvary Baptist Academy in Shreveport is a part of a stellar defensive back class of committed players which includes Cameron Lewis, Eric Monroe and the nation’s top-ranked safety for 2016 in Saivion Smith. “I’m going to be there (on campus) this weekend,” he said. “I’m going to go down there and chill with the coaching staff. (Defensive Backs Coach) Corey Raymond and I will probably just end up working out. “I’m also comfortable with helping to try and recruit more players to come join us at LSU for the Class of 2016. I talk when I can with (Neville Defensive End) Rashard Lawrence. I am working on trying to get him to LSU.

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Snap Judgments: SEC Media Days

Attending SEC Media Days this year I heard the same thing a billion times.
"I am not picking LSU because they have no quarterback".
That is it, that is the reason that people who cover the sport of college football from across the southeast and nationally are not picking LSU to win the SEC West, that would be Alabama, nor the SEC as a whole, that would be Auburn.
And yes, I understand that is impossible to win the conference and not the division, and I also understand that the media is getting crushed for those picks, but keep in mind that the preseason predictions are run by the conference, not the media. They just ask us to vote for them. It is their dumb rules who assign points to the votes, and uses a weighted system instead of just simply using each first place vote to pick who you voted for to

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Snap Judgments: The Miles Legacy

When he takes the field for the season opener against McNeese State it will be the 133rd time Les Miles has lead the LSU Tigers in a game as the head man in the high white hat. That is the second most games coached in the history of LSU football, a position Miles took when he coached the Tigers against Arkansas in the 2014 season in his 129th game moving him past Bernie Moore who coached in 128 games from 1935 to 1947.
And that sentence right there can pretty much sum up a great deal that is the Les Miles era.
Miles takes a historic place in LSU football in a game that his team was shut out in an embarrassing loss.
Les Miles is the head coach at LSU, and will be for the foreseeable future. He is coming off a season that ties his low water mark at LSU, at

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