Andraez “Greedy” Williams will be the most entertaining player in an LSU uniform this season.


Williams contributes not only has the ideal high-end level of play needed by the Tigers, but also the ideal nickname—his official bio lists his first name as “Greedy” and claims his “Grandmother nicknamed him Greedy when he was young.” Yes, you will have to listen to another year of broadcasters making the same damn pun every time he does something, but that’s only because he does so much.

Last year, in his first year of college ball, Williams snagged six interceptions, notched 10 defended passes, and did it all with the annoying swagger that only a wiry cornerback can possess. Williams is already a premier lockdown corner, and in this current version of college ball, those tend to come in handy. The Shreveport, La., native finished third-team All-America and second-team All-SEC last season; barring injury, Williams is going to take the next step as a sophomore and continue to haunt the nightmares of SEC gunslingers.


Can They Make The Playoff?

No, LSU is not Playoff material, not this season. Every starter in a major offensive position minus Giles will be basically on a three-week tryout to test whether they’re ready for a full season’s load, and while the defense should be ready from Week 1, you still need a quarterback. Maybe they’ll find the fix at quarterback early on; maybe the “running back by committee” approach works out; maybe Giles breaks out for a 1,400-yard season—a whole bunch has to go right with these question marks. I’m not saying this particular group can’t do it, I’m just saying it’ll be more likely next year.


The Assistant Coach Tweet Of The Day 


Hell yeah, love to develop my Cubs.


Sept 2: Miami (Neutral game in Arlington, Texas)

Sept 8:Southeastern Louisiana

Sept 15: @Auburn

Sept. 22: Louisiana Tech

Sept. 29: Ole Miss

Oct. 6: @ Florida

Oct. 13: Georgia

Oct. 20: Mississippi State

Nov. 3: Alabama

Nov. 10: @ Arkansas

Nov. 17: Rice

Nov. 24: @ Texas A&M