LSU basketball competence not pointer Shaq's son, though football competence benefit NFL legacy

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Sons and sons

The dual biggest news equipment from a LSU recruiting route on Tuesday both came from athletes with famous fathers. One wasn’t good news for a Tigers, yet a other might’ve been.

First, a bad news. Let’s finish on a happy note.

Shareef O’Neal, son of LSU and NBA fable Shaquille O’Neal, committed to UCLA on Tuesday night. O’Neal de-committed from Arizona over a weekend in a arise of NCAA scandals rocking a program, and LSU was deliberate to be one of O’Neal’s probable alighting spots. But a 6-foot-9, 4-star brazen eventually chose to conduct out to Los Angeles, that creates clarity given his father’s 9 Hall of Fame seasons with a Los Angeles Lakers.

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That said, a football group done a sense on cornerback Joey Porter Jr., son of former Pittsburgh Steelers star and tide outward linebackers manager Joey Porter Sr, on Tuesday. LSU offering Porter, a 6-2 Class of 2019 3-star recruit, a grant Tuesday afternoon. In further to LSU, Porter has offers from Pittsburgh, West Virginia, Arizona State and Maryland. LSU is a initial SEC propagandize to offer Porter.

For a Class of 2019, a Tigers have one defensive behind committed: 4-star cornerback Maurice Hampton. The Tigers are also targeting 5-star Baton Rouge local Derek Stingley and 4-star New Orleans product Devin Bush during cornerback.

Even some-more father-and-son news

Let’s continue a father trend. Elsewhere in father news, mythological NFL far-reaching receiver Randy Moss picked who will install him into a Hall of Fame this summer. And his choice? His son, LSU parsimonious finish Thaddeus Moss.

You can watch a video above to hear a elder Moss’ logic for since he wants his son introducing him before his enshrinement.

Thaddeus Moss eliminated to Baton Rouge from N.C. State before a 2017 deteriorate and sat out a year since of NCAA send rules. He is approaching to contest during LSU’s parsimonious finish and H-back spots with a likes of comparison Foster Moreau and sophomore Tory Carter.

Your LSU football check doubt results

In a Bayou Bengal Briefing on Tuesday, we asked we who we suspicion should wear No. 7 for LSU in 2018. More than 200 of we voted in a poll. Here are your results.

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With a third of a vote, youth linebacker Devin White won a poll, narrowly circumference out a tangible owners of a jersey, far-reaching receiver Jonathan Giles, who warranted 29 percent of a vote.

Cornerback Greedy Williams came in with 22 percent of a vote, and quarterback Myles Brennan snuck in with 8 percent. Additionally, reserve Grant Delpit and defensive finish Rashard Lawrence warranted a integrate of write-in votes apiece.

It’ll be sparkling to see how Giles stairs adult with that jersey on his back. He’ll be creation his LSU entrance wearing a series ragged by Patrick Peterson, Tyrann Mathieu and Leonard Fournette. No pressure, though.

In LSU round news

The LSU round group took down Grambling State 10-3 on Tuesday night, roving a energy call of home runs from Bryce Jordan, Hal Hughes and Austin Bain. Bain’s home run was a many memorable, as a converted pitcher smacked a round 429 feet during 103.8 mph into an area outward a park that LSU round manager Paul Mainieri pronounced used to usually be assigned by former LSU slugger Greg Deichmann.

It’s time for everybody to bound aboard a Bain Train. we done a logo, so it’s a requirement.

LSU earnings to a solid Wednesday night to face off opposite Southeastern Louisiana in Hammond. Action is scheduled to start during 6 p.m. CT and a diversion will be promote on CST.

In LSU basketball news

Will Wade’s LSU basketball group plays a SEC highway culmination on Wednesday night, relating adult opposite South Carolina. LSU (16-12 overall, 7-9 SEC) needs to win this diversion to keep alive a probability of a .500 record in SEC play for a season.

The diversion will start in Columbia, S.C., during 5:30 p.m. CT and be televised on a SEC Network. You can watch a tide of a diversion by a SEC Network+ on WatchESPN.

Today in made-up holidays

According to a folks during, Feb. 28 is National Public Sleeping Day. Which is a good holiday.

Sleeping is awesome. Sleeping in open combines a awesomeness of nap with a fundamental risk of waking adult to any warn imaginable. It’s about as soft of a risk as we can take, yet it comes with being refreshed. we validate it. Especially if you’re roving on open transportation. Or if you’re in class. Sleeping in category is great. Don’t listen to what your teachers or professors say.

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