By Trey Mongrue
In the annals of LSU football, the 2014 season will not be remembered for anything special in the year that follow. The Tigers finished the regular season with a not-so-spectacular 8-4 record and will be in Nashville, TN next week to take on Notre Dame in the Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl. However, there were some positives to build off of this season. For starters, the renovations of Tiger Stadium now have the facility boasting one of the largest capacities in the country. As for on the field, a highly touted recruiting class proved its worth. None more so than its crown jewel, freshman running back Leonard Fournette, who led the Tigers with 891 rushing yards and 8 touchdowns to provide hope for future years.