LSU head coach Ed Orgeron said Monday that quarterback Danny Etling is getting very close to full strength after recovering from back surgery which took place just two days after LSU’s spring game April 24.

Running back Derrius Guice and wide receiver D.J. Chark both said Monday that they have noticed a positive improvement in Etling's play since the surgery.

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I like how the picture attached to that tweet is just a close up of O's neck and double chin. Really adds depth to the subject at hand.
Reply14 days
i trust in Canada. if etling is healthy, he will be good this year
Reply14 days
Everyone is entitled to their opinion. But understand, if you have never had a back injury that requires surgery, your opinion would change. I have, and it's excruciating. And this guy played almost a full season of SEC football injured? Trust me. That tells me all I need to know about Etlings toughness and heart! That's a leader, folks! Wait and see!
Reply14 days
He warmed the bench at Purdue for a reason, and ran scared against Bama. I just don't think he's the leader of a championship team. I wanted to see Scott rise to the top, but I guess that hasn't panned out. Maybe one of the freshmen can eventually be "the guy."
Reply15 days
Why ya gotta be a dick?
15 days
Are u fukin kidding me get out of here u damn trolling shithead. U must have no idea who a leader is if you don't think so after watching him play and listening to him speak.
15 days
Watching him play filled you with confidence? Really? LOLOLOLOLOLOLOL!!! And speaking well doesn't make you a good QB. Didn't work for Harris. Got any other stupid shite you want to say?
15 days
Sounds positive
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