2017 ScheduleAll times ET

2017 Schedule
8-4, 2nd in SEC - West
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Fournette is complete package of size and skill (0:32)
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SEC players who could make a splash in the NFL Draft (2:00)
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Takeaways from LSU's spring game (1:19)
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McShay: Fournette one of seven best players in draft (2:01)
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Weidl's Wisdom: NFL Draft (2:39)
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Foster, Fournette should impress NFL scouts (2:27)
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No. 16 LSU snaps No. 9 Tennessee's 20-game win streak (1:52)
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Moss' son transferring to LSU from NC State

NFL legend Randy Moss' son Thaddeus attended LSU's spring game Saturday and announced Sunday that he plans to transfer to the school from NC State.

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David Ching ESPN Staff Writer 

LSU coach Ed Orgeron came away from the Tigers' spring game disappointed in the offense's performance after it held the upper hand for most of the spring. "I think the defense was tired of getting their butts kicked all spring," he said. Most disappointing was the play at quarterback, where starter Danny Etling and backups Justin McMillan and Lindsey Scott underwhelmed. Orgeron said he will leave the starting QB job open this summer because clearly no one has locked down the job. For what it's worth, the Gold team beat the Purple 26-7.

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Breaking down LSU's spring game (1:49)
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LSU's offense still finding a rhythm (1:41)
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Catching up with Fournette ahead of NFL Draft (1:12)

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Derrius Guice is now the featured back for LSU following Leonard Fournette's departure to the NFL. Guice led the SEC in rushing with 1,387 yards last season. The Tigers' spring game kicks off at 8 p.m. ET on SEC Network.

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Will LSU replace secondary talent? (2:02)
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Orgeron wants to see team 'perform under pressure' (1:00)

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According to NCAA.com, LSU ranked 10th in total defense last season. Since 2005, the Tigers have had the most defensive backs drafted.

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