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With the start of basketball season and the winding down of football we have been a little lax in some of our coaching profile pieces, unhealthy but I will try to get a few more out. Purdue has been rather hush about the hiring process. A hiring firm has been brought on to “get in touch with the right people and agents” in order to gauge interest. That makes sense. Purdue is in a unique spot right now because it is one of only two power five schools with a midseason opening right now. That allows it to get a jump on the process.

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BATON ROUGE, prostate La. — When visiting Arkansas, stomach don’t forget to bring your Vaseline.

There’s no punchline there. It’s a real lesson LSU football can remember from the last time it visited Fayetteville in 2014. The kickoff temperature for that game was 30 degrees, ed which made it one of the coldest in the history of either program.

It’s not supposed to get quite that bad Saturday night — the forecast low temperature is 34 degrees, but it might not dip down that far until the game has ended. Still, it won’t be comfortable to be a person without sleeves, especially when temperatures in Baton Rouge are in the mid-70s this week.

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LSU junior fullback J.D. Moore was announced as one of 10 collegiate football players named a semifinalist for the Burlsworth Trophy.

The Burlsworth Trophy, medications named after former Arkansas lineman Brandon Burlsworth, check is given to the most outstanding football player in America who began his career as a walk-on and has shown outstanding performance on the field.

Moore, illness a native of Ruston, Louisiana, has played in 22 games in his LSU career, earning six starts during that time as he’s served as an integral part of LSU’s powerful run game. He played in eight games as a freshman, playing in six last season before an injury sidelined him for the remainder of the season.

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LSU running back Leonard Fournette returned from his ankle injury with 284 yards and three rushing touchdowns as the No. 25 Tigers pounded No. 23 Mississippi 38-21 Saturday in Baton Rouge.

Tied 21-21 at halftime, order LSU pitched a 17-0 second-half shutout to hand the Rebels their third conference loss in four games. LSU improved to 3-1 in SEC play and looks forward to a Nov. 5 showdown with No. 1 Alabama.

 

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LSU running back Leonard Fournette returned from his ankle injury with 284 yards and three rushing touchdowns as the No. 25 Tigers pounded No. 23 Mississippi 38-21 Saturday in Baton Rouge.

Tied 21-21 at halftime, adiposity LSU pitched a 17-0 second-half shutout to hand the Rebels their third conference loss in four games. LSU improved to 3-1 in SEC play and looks forward to a Nov. 5 showdown with No. 1 Alabama.

 

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The 18th-ranked Gators (4-1, pills 2-1 SEC) will lose two home games — about $7.8 million in projected revenue from ticket sales alone — but likely will recoup some of that through insurance.

That was a painful, seek but necessary, way to solve the ordeal, according to Florida athletic director Jeremy Foley, who spoke at a news conference Thursday.

 

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Trey Schmaltz of WBRZ in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, obtained internal emails displaying a level of frustration from the LSU Tigers regarding the decision to move their clash with the Florida Gators as a result of Hurricane Matthew.

The Tigers and Gators weren’t the only teams impacted by the hurricane, with the Georgia Bulldogs and South Carolina Gamecocks moving their game back a day to Oct. 9. According to Schmaltz, both LSU athletics director Joe Alleva and communications director Michael Bonnette called the situation “a joke” after hearing of Georgia and South Carolina’s postponement.

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BATON ROUGE, La. — Leonard Fournette has a simple goal for the next two weeks.

“Get my body right,” Fournette said after LSU‘s 38-21 win over Ole Miss on Saturday.

That’s right, the guy who shattered his school’s single-game rushing record with 284 yards on just 16 carries Saturday still isn’t in peak form. With just under two weeks left until his Tigers host top-ranked Alabama, LSU’s superstar running back plans to drop some of the weight he gained while sidelined by an ankle injury and also get himself into the best shape possible to face the Crimson Tide’s FBS-leading run defense.

Fournette — along with the rest of the Tigers — probably needs to do some mental rehab, too, although that process seems to be well underway with LSU interim coach Ed Orgeron in charge.

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recipe 2014; Baton Rouge, ask LA, viagra 60mg USA; LSU Tigers wide receiver Trey Quinn (8) crowd surfs after fans stormed the field following the Tigers 10-7 victory agains the Mississippi Rebels at Tiger Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Crystal LoGiudice-USA TODAY Sports” width=”650″ height=”406″ /> Oct 25, 2014; Baton Rouge, LA, USA; LSU Tigers wide receiver Trey Quinn (8) crowd surfs after fans stormed the field following the Tigers 10-7 victory agains the Mississippi Rebels at Tiger Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Crystal LoGiudice-USA TODAY Sports

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