LSU Tigers Jeremy Hill, Zach Mettenberger Talk about Furman

Jeremy Hill

Sep 21, 2013; Baton Rouge, LA, USA; LSU Tigers running back Jeremy Hill (33) leaps over Auburn Tigers defensive back Ryan Smith (24) on a run during the first quarter of a game at Tiger Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports

This edition of the LSU morning fix breaks form the norm of a collection of the best stories from around the Internet and bring you a collection of some of the best interviews of current players Odell Beckham, Jr., Jeremy Hill and Zach Mettenberger and former LSU quarterback Alan Risher.

Related: Les Miles says sitting Jeremy Hill early was ‘the right call’ via The Advocate

I will continue to provide links to the top articles form The Advocate, Tiger Rag, The Times Picayune, and other publications each morning to get you up to speed on the latest out of Baton Rogue.

Related: Tigers exactly who we thought they were, an eight or nine-win team via Scott Rabalais of The Advocate

Reading stories and quotes from players and coaches are nice, but seeing them respond to the questions being asked and their body language is an added bonus that I will bring to you diehard LSU fans as often as they are available.

Jeremy Hill speaks about his early fumble against Ole Miss and bouncing back this week vs. Furman.

 

Video Courtesy-NOLA.com

Alan Risher breaks down LSU’s loss to Ole Miss via ESPN 104.5

Les Miles: Tigers have to improve | .mp3 Audio (7 min, 43 sec)  via WWL Sports

Granted LSU has to improve as Coach Miles and everyone who watched last Saturday’s game would attest, there is still plenty to play for this season,writes Luke Johnson Tiger Rag Associate Editor.

“LSU’s title hopes may be dashed, but the possibility of playing in the SEC title game is still there. In order for that to happen, the Tigers would have to win out and get a little help from teams on Auburn’s and Alabama’s schedules.”

The Death Valley Voice podcast will be available to listen and download this evening with reaction to the Ole Miss loss, where LSU goes from here, can they knock off Alabama and Texas A&M and what to watch for during LSU’s homecoming game vs. Furman and more SEC news and notes.

Topics: Football, LSU Tigers

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