11:40 Sportscast September 24, 2014

LSU failed to rush for over 100 yards as a team in Saturday’s loss to Mississippi State. There were very few holes for the Tiger running backs against the Bulldogs defense. LSU Offensive Coordinator Cam Cameron says they still have confidence they can run the ball against some of the best defenses in the country…

cut 17 (15) “getting better”

The Tigers will take on New Mexico State this weekend then play Auburn on the road October 4th.

The Southeastern Conference announced Tuesday that Mississippi State center, and West Monroe native, Dillon Day has been suspended for one game after he was seen on video stomping on a pair of LSU players last Saturday in Tiger Stadium. They say the punishment is the result of multiple flagrant and unsportsmanlike acts during the game. The Bulldogs have a bye this Saturday but play next on October 4th against Texas A&M.

After a gut wrenching loss to Northwestern State last weekend, Louisiana Tech will face 5th ranked Auburn at Jordan-Hare Stadium this Saturday. Bulldogs Coach Skip Holtz has preached to his team that they have to put the loss to the Demons in the rear view mirror…

cut 19 (14) “for Auburn”

Auburn comes into Saturday’s game with a 3-and-0 record.

Dallas Cowboys cornerback Morris Claiborne angrily left the team’s practice facility yesterday after learning he had lost his starting spot. The former LSU standout will be replaced by Orlando Scandrick, who returns to the team after serving a two game suspension. Claiborne did return to practice today. The Cowboys face the Saints this Sunday night at AT&T Stadium.