If you’re an LSU Tiger, you’ve got to be excited about the upcoming season—and for good reason.
Once again, LSU is widely considered a legitimate national title contender. There are 17 returning offensive & defensive starters on a team that boasts talent and depth at nearly every position.
The offense will get a new lease on life under new offensive coordinator Steve Kragthorpe. Not surprisingly, “The Hat” was able to reel in a top-flight recruiting class highlighted by potential starter and five-star DT Anthony Johnson.
And, it all starts September 3rd with a marquee matchup against the fellow national title contender Oregon Ducks at the Dallas Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, TX.
Everything is good in the land of the LSU Tigers….or is it?
Amid all of the excitement and optimism, there’s something that concerns many among LSU's fanbase and some college football pundits: the quarterback position.
Despite the return of experienced senior QB Jordan Jefferson, many believe the position is up for grabs because of Jefferson’s inconsistency and the addition of talented JUCO transfer Zach Mettenberger.
This article examines LSU’s QB situation with an overview of the potential signal callers.