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LSU cuts James Cregg loose, recruiting and more on TigerBait LIVE
1 mo ago by Mike Scarborough
TigerBait.com publisher Mike Scarborough talks LSU football, James Cregg news, recruiting, baseball coaching search and more with Tiger fans.
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BREAKING: LSU parts ways with offensive line coach James Cregg
2 mo ago by TigerBait Staff
BATON ROUGE – LSU has parted ways with offensive line coach James Cregg, head coach Ed Orgeron announced on Wednesday. Orgeron said he will immediately begin a national search for Cregg’s replacement.
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Four-star OT Garrett Dellinger commits to LSU
1 yr ago by Mike Scarborough
LSU offensive line coach James Cregg is undoubtedly ecstatic as he has landed one of the nation's premier tackles in Garrett Dellinger of Clarkston, Michigan.
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Anthony Bradford says no redshirt, wants to win right tackle spot
2 yr ago by Mike Scarborough
The largest prospect size wise in LSU’s 2019 signing class is about to make the long drive from Muskegon, Michigan to Baton Rouge to start summer school and Tiger football workouts. LSU freshman offensive lineman Anthony Bradford talks about his plans to play as a freshman and much more.
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LSU with big-lead for four-star OT Miller Merriweather-Lewis
2 yr ago by Mike Scarborough
Class of 2020 offensive tackle Miller Merriweather-Lewis of Trinity Catholic High in Ocala, Fla. has visited LSU three times since last June and he will be back in Baton Rouge soon. He goes into all the details with TigerBait.com.
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McMahon leads LSU’s new assistants during 2018
2 yr ago by Bryan Lazare
LSU special teams coach Greg McMahon is the runaway winner of Ed Orgeron's newest assistant coaches who have had the biggest impact on the program. Bryan Lazare explains why and analyzes the work done by the other assistants in 2018.
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LSU offensive line rounding into shape
2 yr ago by Bryan Lazare
Quarterback Joe Burrow accounted for nearly 400 yards and four touchdowns in LSU’s 45-16 victory against Ole Miss last Saturday. The Tigers defense limited to a high-powered Rebels passing attack to fewer than 200 yards and no touchdowns.
 
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