Big news for LSU football fans this week. It’s a pretty great Christmas gift to learn quarterback Jayden Daniels is going to come back and play his final year for the Tigers. He will be back for the 2023 season rather than jump to the NFL draft.
Daniels broke the news on Twitter saying he has had an “amazing ride” with the Tigers. Daniels led LSU to the SEC west title in passing for more than 3,500 yards and 27 touchdowns this season.

  He will lead the Tigers in the Citrus Bowl on Monday January 2 as the Tigers take on Purdue for a chance to get win number 10 on the season. He was also very elusive to catch for opposing defenses. He had 180 carries for more than 800 yards and 11 touchdowns. Daniels will likely have lots of help as coach Brian Kelly has been busy racking up new recruits to come play for LSU. The Tigers are expected to have one of the best recruiting classes in all of college football.

What Does the 2023 LSU Schedule Look Like?

September 3(Sunday) in Orlando VS Florida State
September 9 at home VS Grambling
September 16 at Mississippi State
September 23 at home VS Arkansas
September 30 at Ole Miss
October 7 at Missouri
October 14 at home VS Auburn
October 21 at home VS Army
November 4 at Alabama
November 11 at home VS Florida
November 18 at home VS Georgia State
November 25 at home VS Texas A&M

Former Independence Bowl Players Drafted in 2022 NFL Draft

Louisiana's Top Ten Super Bowl Food Orders

When folks in Louisiana get together there will be drink, lots of it, and there will be food, lots of it too. However, when the game is The Big Game, you can count on Louisiana locals to lean into Waitr a Louisiana based food delivery company for the very best in home-delivered snacks, goodies, and fan favorites.

More From 96.5 KVKI