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LSU Sports - Chris Parent (@chrisparent)
Head coach Ed Orgeron offered up some high praise for freshman wide receivers Terrace Marshall and Ja'Marr Chase who are both meeting the high expectations that followed them to LSU as former five-star prospects in high school.
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"They were high expectations coming in," Orgeron said. "Usually with high expectations, there's a little disappointment and they have not disappointed at all."

“Ja’Marr is strong handed, has short-area quickness. Terrace has long speed and long arms.”
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Hangover Haven70 months
Raider Pride
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bapple70 months
Hoping the old Mett-OBJ-Landry is Burrow-Marshall-Chase this year.
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litenin70 months
Since these two frosh are too good to redshirt, wonder if it makes any sense to consider a redshirt on one of the upper class WRs. Even our 5th and 6th WRs might be SEC-level starters.
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baobabtiger70 months
This is not NCAA football on Xbox.
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jeff7012170 months
Wait...Terrace Marshall played a lot last year, so he's a sophomore...Jamar Chase is a true freshman. Would be nice to get an extra year for Terrace, though.
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Pelican515070 months
Marshall is a freshman.
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Cajunboy4670 months
My god son are you serious right now
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MT55570 months
Daaa frick?
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LSUsince7470 months
I can see this offense putting up serious point by simply playing pitch and catch. J. Russell did it every game back in the day
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Cajunboy4670 months
Get your popcorn ready and your Crown Royal and 7 lol let’s geaux baby geaux Tigers
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reauxl tigers70 months
We have so many goddamn WRs and now 2 QBs who can sling it. No excuses this year, o-line permitting.
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FournetteForEver770 months
Run game needs to do a little work to open up the passing game
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Genestealer5570 months
reauxl? Wtf?
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Datbayoubengal70 months
Run game doesn't have to be good to open up passing (see Ole Miss for example). Opening up the passing, however, will open up the run game.
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Two future studs right there!
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