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LSU guard Adam Miller suffered a torn ACL in practice a couple of weeks ago that required surgery and will keep him sidelined for the entire upcoming season.

Head coach Will Wade spoke to the media on Wednesday and said that Miller's surgery went well and is hopeful he can begin rehab in three weeks.

Miller saw Wade's update on Twitter and responded with a great tweet:

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Miller, a sophomore from Peoria, Ill., transferred to LSU from Illinois this offseason.

The Tigers open the 2021-22 season next Tuesday, Nov. 9, at 7 p.m. against ULM.
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WhoDatNC32 months
Can Wade coach football too?
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ForLSU5632 months
Some of us poors can't see twitter or instgram stuff due to work computers blocking it. Please post what he said for us poor working folks.
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zackcary32 months
Said he'd still run through a wall for coach on that knee.
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ForLSU5632 months
thanks z
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Earthquake32 months
What an awesome statement and testament to how Coach Wade is respected by his players.
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