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LSU head coach Ed Orgeron announced Thursday after practice that starting offensive tackle Austin Deculus and starting safety Grant Delpit will both be out vs. Arkansas on Saturday.

Delpit has been dealing with an ankle injury since the Auburn game on October 26 and will be replaced by true freshman Maurice “Mo” Hampton.

Deculus suffered an injury vs. Alabama on Nov. 9 and did not play last week against Ole Miss. He was replaced by Adrian Magee, which is what Coach O is planning on for the Arkansas game.

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So that means Magee will be playing at his third different position on the o-line this year. Not bad for a guy that everyone said wouldn't see the field.
Reply22 days
Time to test out everyone
Reply22 days
Thank god delpit is out, give the man a chance to recover
Reply22 days
You can say that again, and again, and again.
22 days
Thank god delpit is out, give the man a chance to recover
Reply22 days
Thank god delpit is out, give the man a chance to recover
Reply22 days
Thank god delpit is out, give the man a chance to recover
Reply22 days
Hampton big time recruit, impressive offer sheet. He will be a good one. Maybe it starts this Saturday. 6'0" 214. Good size.
Reply23 days
Rivals had him listed at 5’11” 190
23 days
Also excited to see him on the diamond. Turned down millions to come play both sports. Could be the next Jones or Mitchell in the making.
22 days
Cool! Maybe he grew a few inches and gained a few pounds!
22 days
Id rather have a young man in there gaining experience.. vs an injured delpit in there missing entire runs up the middle behind the ref..
Reply23 days
Been wondering how the other Frosh DBs were doing, Flotts going to great, Hampton must be showing something in practice, glad he's going to get the opportunity to experience getting a start
Reply23 days
Looking forward to seeing Mr. Hampton.
Reply23 days
Best news possible. Injured players should probably rest until the SEC Championship game (although with A&M as a recruiting rival and bad blood after last year, LSU will want to beat up on A&M). Delpit clearly is hurting and can't change directions, recipe for disaster at safety. Hope he gets healthy
Reply23 days
I'll settle for 2 wins & the Defense not allowing 600+ Yds. But that's just me....
21 days
Our 2020 recruits are probably better than Arkansas starters, so lets get some people healthy.
Reply23 days
HC87
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Get healthy Tigers, and I hope Hampton comes out balling. GT!
Reply23 days
Devonte Lee not wanting to move to safety is insane. If he insists on staying at WR he will be portal bound after next year
23 days
@LSUBadger, I don't know why you got downvoted like that, but I said this this past off-season. Guy was listed as athlete, looked better on defense in HS, yet decided to want to force his way on offense. LSU is going to have some monsters coming in at WR next year, Palmer is a monster waiting his turn now. McMath will be top 5 in rotation again next year if he stays. I mean Sullivan was moved to TE and was never seen again. He was a guy who also had the option to play defense yet forced his way as a WR. He's going to end up getting lost in the shuffle, just watch.
22 days
Absolutely silly these guys (Lee, Sullivan, etc) insist on playing out of their natural positions, you want to play for the #1 team or sit the bench for the #1 team? Just because you help out on D when needed doesn't mean you can never play offense again.
22 days
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