TSD Radio returns to catch you up on everything in the world of LSU sports.
The basketball team begins its campaign in the NCAA Tournament tonight against NC State. Ben Love breaks down the game from every angle, keying you in on what you can expect from the Wolfpack and how LSU matches up against them. The Tigers are in the tournament for the first time in six years, so start catching the madness now!
From there we break into a discussion on spring football. How versatile is the Tigers' offensive line, and how many options do they have for their starting five. We then dig in to the competition at defensive end and highlight the players standing out there. And lastly, we have the obligatory conversation about the quarterbacks, and what we can realistically expect from them the rest of the spring.
Hunter Paniagua closes up shop with a preview of the baseball team's series at Arkansas. What do the Razorbacks bring to the table, and how will the Tigers handle their first true road environment of the season?
All that and more in this episode of TSD Radio, which you can hear at the link below:
TSD RADIO - 3/19
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