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Reported games for the week of
Friday, November 28 2014
  • (1) Livonia

    26

    (9) Rayville

    22

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  • (1) Many

    28

    (9) St. James

    14

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  • (2) Kinder

    42

    (7) Springfield

    14

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  • (22) Scotlandville

    20

    (3) Zachary

    41

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  • (3) Amite

    31

    (11) Jennings

    7

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  • (3) Riverside Academy

    13

    (2) Calvary Baptist

    45

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  • (3) St. Charles

    20

    (7) Parkview

    29

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  • (4) Notre Dame

    13

    (1) University High

    35

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  • (4) Union Parish

    21

    (5) West Feliciana

    48

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  • (5) Basile

    18

    (4) Kentwood

    40

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  • (5) Northeast

    14

    (4) East Feliciana

    12

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  • (6) Plain Dealing

    20

    (3) West St. John

    35

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  • (8) White Castle

    14

    (1) Mangham

    49

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  • (9) Madison Prep

    12

    (5) Southern Lab

    26

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  • (9) South Terrebonne

    22

    (1) Plaquemine

    33

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LSU focused on Georgia first

Tuesday, November 29, 2011 - 10:08pm

The LSU Tigers just keep on rolling, and that momentum carries them right into Atlanta this week as the Tigers take on the Georgia Bulldogs.

"It is exciting," said defensive end Markevious Mingo. "It's a goal we set forth, to be in Atlanta."

The SEC championship is at stake, with LSU favored to win. Beyond that is the BCS National championship in January, but LSU players said staying focused against a two-loss Georgia team is the immediate goal.

"We've never looked ahead," Mingo said, "stayed focused on the game in front of us, and prepare."

"We come with it on our minds to play for victory," said defensive tackle Michael Brocker, "and i feel we stay focused on our opponent."

The matchup will be like a home game for Georgia, playing in the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. But with several key players suspended at times this year -- including starting quarterback Jordan Jefferson -- LSU players said this season has been one played under tough circumstances, and this will be no different.

"That showed we belong here," said safety Brandon Taylor. "If you can play through that, you can play through anything. It shows how determined you are and focused on your goal and won't let anything distract you from getting it."

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