In fact, he said, it was hard to miss. The annual tournament from Hawaii hosted by Division II Chaminade regularly draws some of the top teams in the country. "It's real exciting," Sampson said. "We all have to go down there with the right mindset. I think everybody is excited to play. i think everybody has seen this tournament before." LSU joins Chaminade and six other squads in this year's field including the Tigers' Monday night opponent Michigan and LSU coach Will Wade's former employer, VCU.
LSU left tackle K.J. Malone isn't sure if he'll play Saturday in the Tigers' regular-season finale against Texas A&M, but he's going to do his best to make sure he's out there. Malone told reporters he suffered an injury to his patellar tendon against Florida on Oct. 7 but he will return to practice Monday afternoon as he attempts to work his way back onto the field - even if he doesn't play against the Aggies. "It's my last time dressing out in Death Valley," Malone said, "so I had to do it."
LSU quarterback Danny Etling didn’t have his most prolific day throwing the ball. In fact, his 81 yards were the lowest passing total of his career in the purple and gold. But Etling did what he was supposed to do against Tennessee. With winds swirling, LSU coach Ed Orgeron said the team wasn’t going to try to throw the ball early and they didn’t as Etling was 3-for-3 for just 8 yards. All three throws were on third down.
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Selecting a term
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