Five LSU Tigers NFL Draft Prospects to watch in the Citrus Bowl

Consistently one of the top college football powerhouses in the country every year, the LSU Tigers send several talented athletes to the NFL each April. The 2018 draft (full mock available at this link) looks to be no different, as a number of Louisiana State prospects are projected to be taken by an NFL team in the first three rounds.

Here’s a quick look at your top five LSU Tigers projected to go pro this spring. Keep an eye on them in the Citrus Bowl today versus Notre Dame (full game preview available at this link).

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BUCO quarterback Chris Helbig commits to Southern Utah University

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National Signing Day saw several talented athletes commit to schools all over the nation to pursue their dreams at the next level.

One of these commitments included Butler Community College quarterback Chris Helbig, who elected to continue his college football career at Southern Utah University on Tuesday night.

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Joe Flacco vs Matt Ryan Debate: Why You’re Probably on the Wrong Side

Long-lived is the debate of who is the better NFL starting quarterback: the Atlanta Falcons’ Matt Ryan or the Baltimore RavensJoe Flacco.

Perhaps what helped spark it in the first place is the fact they’re both members of the 2008 draft class – Ryan was taken third, Flacco 18th by their respective current teams.

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EXCLUSIVE: Lane Kiffin on Twitter Controversy, Why He Chose FAU over Bigger Programs

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Roughly a decade ago, Lane Kiffin became one of the youngest head coaches in NFL history at age 31 when he accepted the Oakland Raiders.

Since then he’s had short stints at Tennessee, USC and Alabama. After departing from the Crimson Tide earlier this year, Kiffin was offered a number of opportunities at powerhouse college football programs all across the country. Thus, many were a bit surprised when he chose Florida Atlantic University over the more brand name programs.

What made FAU more appealing? We asked Lane Kiffin this exact question during our exclusive with the Owls Head Coach.

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Christian McCaffrey Projects as a Top 15 pick; Eagles, Colts, Panthers Likely Landing Spots


Former Stanford Cardinal running back Christian McCaffrey has been a hot topic since the 2015 college football season, when he became the Heisman Trophy runner-up.

Shortly before the NFL scouting combine, McCaffrey made it clear that he wanted to impress coaches at a multitude of positions.

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Where Will the Pittsburgh Steelers go at QB After Ben Roethlisberger?

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Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has done tremendous work for the Pittsburgh Steelers during his storied 13 season career with the team, but it’s safe to assume he won’t be playing much longer.

This reality is something the black and gold need to begin addressing right now as they evaluate the future at their quarterback position.

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Baltimore Ravens: What Should they do at Pick No. 16?


Coming off of a beyond disappointing 8-8 season, the Baltimore Ravens have some serious work to do in the 2017 NFL draft.

Perhaps the biggest hole the team has to fill is at the wide receiver position. After all, quarterback Joe Flacco is going to need some better weapons to help him move the offense down the field. The Ravens don’t exactly have many at this point, and they have had one of the weakest groups of receivers in the league for some time now.

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Tony Romo on Why He Didn’t End up with the Houston Texans


Former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo made his departure from the NFL official Tuesday when he announced his decision to join CBS in the broadcast booth. Shortly there after, Romo and CBS held a conference call with several media members to discuss his decision as well as his future in the media industry.

Romo made it clear he was committed to his new broadcasting role.

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Tom Brady: Debunking the Widely Held Misconceptions of the Patriots QB


Super Bowl LI weekend was a crazy one, in the best way possible, for me as a native Houstonian. I spent a good majority of my weekend with the New England Patriots ‘ front office staff, and in the midst of the frenzy I just had to ask about what it was like to work with the one player no one can ever seem to hear enough about – Tom Brady.

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Patriots Legend Tedy Bruschi Doesn’t Have “Clean Read” on Super Bowl LI

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How will the New England Patriots fare against a formidable Atlanta Falcons football team?

What makes Houston, host of Super Bowl LI, any different from other NFL championship locations?

On Tuesday when I went one-on-one with former New England Patriots line backer Tedy Bruschi, I asked him those exact questions.

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Baltimore Ravens Should Pursue a Joe Flacco Back-up/Successor

The Baltimore Ravens found a reliable signal-caller in Joe Flacco when they took him in the first round of the 2008 NFL Draft.

However, this was roughly 9 years ago, and Flacco obviously isn’t going to last forever. As Flacco enters his twilight years, should the Ravens begin looking for a successor that they can begin developing while they still have ample time?

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