4:45 LRN Sportscast November 25

LSU safety Jacoby Stevens has been named the SEC Defensive Player of the Week. Against the Razorbacks, Stevens had a career-high three sacks and four tackles for a loss and finished with eight tackles. And fellow Safety Mo Hampton Junior is the SEC Freshman of the Week. Hampton started for the injured Grant Delpit and had six tackles.

Running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire did not receive any recognition from the SEC, even though he rushed for 188 yards on just six carries. His final rush was for 89 yards and he was only in the game so he could pick up a couple of yards to get over 100 yards for the game…
cut 17 (18) “…for everybody”
LSU now looks to complete an undefeated regular season when they host Texas A-and-M on Saturday.

The Saints can’t reflect long on yesterday’s 34-31 win over Carolina. That’s because the Black and Gold play Thanksgiving night against the Atlanta Falcons. Quarterback Drew Brees looks forward to the matchup…
cut 30 (20) “…and football”
Since the game is just three days away, an injury report was released, even though the Saints didn’t practice. Offensive linemen Andrus Peat, Terron Armstead and Will Clapp were listed as did not practice, while cornerback Marshon Lattimore was limited. Armstead will reportedly miss several weeks with a high ankle sprain.

Nicholls defensive lineman Sully Laiche is a finalist for the Buck Buchanan Award, which goes to the most outstanding defensive player in the F-C-S. Nicholls will host North Dakota this Saturday in the first round of the F-C-S playoffs.