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According to The Advocate, for the 2014-15 academic year, LSU football reported a revenue of about $57.3 million. How does that stack up to the other school's sports?
LSU has done well against the rest of the SEC. Here's a closer look at how the Tigers have stacked up against every one of them.
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Les Miles gave some clarity to the ongoing mystery of why he eats grass on Wednesday during National Signing Day in an interview with CBS Sports.
Oct 17, 2015; Baton Rouge, LA, USA; LSU Tigers head coach Les Miles looks on before a game against the Florida Gators at Tiger Stadium.  LSU defeated Florida 35-28. Mandatory Credit: Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports
The Mad Hatter met with media to discuss the 2016 LSU signing class on Wednesday.
The Tigers might not be able to claim the No. 1 class, but LSU met its needs.
Rumors continue to swirl around LSU offensive coordinator Cam Cameron and whether he'll be in Baton Rouge next season, and Cameron responded on Wednesday.
NCAA Football: Louisiana State at Mississippi
Kristian Fulton, a five-star cornerback from Metarie, La., chose to stay home, committing to LSU on Wednesday. He picked the Tigers over Florida and Arkansas.
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The top recruiting class in the country took an early hit on National Signing Day as an LSU five-star linebacker commit flipped.
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Trayvon Mullen, a four-star cornerback from south Florida, announced his decision Wednesday on ESPNU.
National Signing Day already has arrived in full force. Here are the first five players who sent their paperwork to LSU as members of the 2016 recruiting class.
NCAA Football: Western Kentucky at LSU
LSU holds on to one of its in-state wide receiver pledges.
Heading into Wednesday's National Signing Day, here's a closer look into LSU's No. 1 recruiting class.
Former LSU teammates Odell Beckham, Jarvis Landry and Jeremy Hill have already made early marks in the NFL. Now, they want to try their hand at the fashion industry.
LSU has more of a stranglehold on its state than most Power 5 programs do, but one in-state recruit got away on Tuesday.
LSU added a versatile defender to its 2016 recruiting class by getting a commitment from West Monroe, La., linebacker Layton Garnett, who will join as a preferred walk-on.
Donavaughn Campbell made an announcement on his commitment status on Tuesday.
LSU appears to have the necessary pieces in place to make a run for the title in 2016. But there are some concerns. Let's look at the biggest one.
The Tigers have been searching for the right fit for a QB in the 2016 recruiting class, and seem to have found it.
Deion Jones represented the Tigers during the Senior Bowl on Saturday.
LSU is celebrating it's No. 1 recruiting class by promoting its recruits in a big way.