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Podcast of the Week: Crystal Ball Run's Thoughts on LSU Football

NEW ORLEANS, LA - JANUARY 09:  Tyrann Mathieu #7 of the Louisiana State University Tigers reacts after breaking up a play against the Alabama Crimson Tide during the 2012 Allstate BCS National Championship Game at Mercedes-Benz Superdome on January 9, 2012 in New Orleans, Louisiana.  (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)
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Michael FelderNational CFB Lead WriterMarch 16, 2012

As a guy who listens regularly to podcasts, I know how much work it is to try and find them when you're not exactly sure what you're looking for on the internet. Plus, as a podcaster myself, I know that from the other side, it isn't always easy to get your show in front of a large audience who would certainly benefit from tuning in. To help make those two things happen, I'm going to be featuring an interesting podcast or two every Friday for you folks. 

We'll kick it off with a team that's already started spring ball and that, aside from the Mo Isom situation, LSU has been pretty quiet. With the national championship loss on their minds, Allen Kenney from Crystal Ball Run got a chance to talk to Kris Brauner of Saturday Night Slant about the Bayou Bengals and recent spring developments. 

Kenney and Brauner go through all of the nuts and bolts from the quarterback situation, which seems pretty solid, to the big question about this LSU team: wide receivers and the task of replacing Rueben Randle. On defense, they discuss players that need to step up, and what defensive coordinator John Chavis' unit will look like in 2012.

All in all, it is an interesting discussion on the reigning SEC champions, so take a listen.

And folks, if you've got podcasts you'd like to see featured here, feel free to drop them on my bulletin board or if you're on twitter, send them my way.

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