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PREVIEW LSU vs. Arkansas, Greg Brooks News, Kim Mulkey Statue & LSU Baseball Top 100 Prospects

LSU Football is gearing up for its first SEC home matchup of the 2023 college football season, facing the Arkansas Razorbacks on Saturday. Arkansas is coming off of a tough loss to BYU and hasn’t yet seen any SEC play, while LSU is riding the high of that 41-14 win over the Mississippi State Bulldogs. Can Jayden Daniels and Malik Nabers connect like they did in Week 3? How much impact will Logan Diggs and Kaleb Jackson have? Have Whit Weeks and Greg Penn solidified their spots on the secondary?

On today’s episode of Valley Vision, Abby Alonzo and Joe Mitchell are joined by Bryce Koon, LSU staff writer for 247Sports, and Trey Gallman, former LSU fullback and current musician, to break down th LSU/Arkansas matchup!

The latest LSU Football News surrounds Greg Brooks and the statement his family recently put out. Brooks underwent emergency surgery for a brain tumor on Friday. After complaining of dizziness and what was thought to be vertigo, Brooks got an MRI on Wednesday. The Brooks family said the mass was successfully removed, but they’re waiting on the biopsy results. Brian Kelly mentioned that when he visited Brooks in the hospital on Sunday, Brooks was under heavy sedation. But Brooks did mention to Kelly before surgery that he intended to play again this season. LSU will face off with Arkansas, Greg Brooks’ former program, on Saturday in Tiger Stadium.

After a historic draft year, having 13 LSU Tigers head to the MLB, more of Jay Johnson’s guys could be following. D1 Baseball released its Top 100 College Prospects for 2024, and LSU Baseball had 5 guys listed.

D1 baseball Top 100 2024 College Prospects

#7 Tommy White

#12 Luke Holman

#25 Thatcher Hurd

#50 Paxton Kling

#62 Gage Jump

After signing a groundbreaking contract, Kim Mulkey has also just been immortalized with her own statue on Louisiana Tech University’s campus. During her time at LA Tech, Kim Mulkey went 130-6 as a player, won the 1981 AIAW Championship, won the 1982 Inaugural NCAA Championship, as an All-American, went 430-68 as an assistant coach, advanced to 7 Final Fours and won the 1988 NCAA Championship. Tune in to today’s Valley Vision with Abby Alonzo for all the latest LSU Sports news!

TIGER TEA! Trey Gallman is releasing a new song titled “We Want Bama,” on October 21st, 2023. The up and coming country artist captures the feel of what it’s like to be an LSU Football fan on a gameday in Baton Rouge. Be sure to check it out!

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