Travis Dickson

LSU Tigers #41 - Tight End

  • Height: 6-3
  • Weight: 237
  • Seasons: SR

2 big questions stand between LSU and a title run

If Les Miles can get someone to distribute the ball to all this talent and field another excellent defense despite change, 2015 could be another year of the Bayou Bengal.

LSU 41, Kentucky 3: Late Viewer's Guide


A late look back at LSU's first dominant conference game of the season.

LSU will be fun as hell

Les Miles' 10th LSU team might be his youngest and most athletic. That could mean a huge range of results and plenty of excitement and absurdity. And really, what else would we want?

Better Know a Newcomer: Colin Jeter


Colin Jeter was the final member of the 2014 signing class. What kind of impact can he make at LSU?

An Impossibly Early Look at the 2014 Depth Chart


Les Miles proves that early playing time is not a hollow recruiting promise.

The Outback Bowl - LSU vs. Iowa: What to Watch For


Breaking down the New Year's Day match-up between the Hawkeyes and the Tigers.

Anatomy of a Game-Winning Drive: Jennings to Dural


Anthony Jennings captained an eight-play, 99-yard drive that will go down in Tiger lore. Let's see exactly how it unfolded.

Video analysis: Mettenberger, LSU's passing game


Zach Mettenberger is one of the most improved quarterbacks in the country. His improvement and LSU's passing game, which ranks 27th country are intertwined in LSU's success this year.

LSU 59, Mississippi State 26: Viewer's Guide


Putting a bow on LSU's fifth win of the season.

Death Valley Claims Another Victim: Kent State


The first three games of 2013 have made one thing abundantly clear for Kent State: Dri Archer means everything to their offense. If Archer doesn't get healthy, and soon, the season will become a...

Monday Press Lunch - Week 2 vs. UAB


Really not a whole lot interesting here today...starts at the 19:50 mark...Miles singles out UAB WR Jamarcus Nelson as one to watch out for (10 catches for 199yds and 2 TDs in loss to...

Don't write off LSU just yet

With a strong-as-ever running game, a strangely underrated secondary, and a good-as-always special teams unit, Miles' Bayou Bengals might make us feel pretty silly for doubting them.