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LSU star cornerback Derek Stingley Jr. is "very questionable" for the Mississippi State game on Saturday after he re-injured his ankle in practice this week, Ed Orgeron announced Thursday.

The injury is the same one that Stingley Jr. battled during fall camp before the season started.

Orgeron added that sophomore Dwight McGlothern would be the next man up if Stingley is unable to play. Cordale Flott could also be an option to replace Stingley.

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He is becoming very injury prone
Reply26 days
he gone
Reply26 days
Sting is such an incredible talent. Hope he heals up soon. Oh yeah all you haters and sh1ttalkers can die in a fire.
Reply26 days
This dude is about to turn one year (plus a few good plays here and there) of really good football into a top ten pick. He has all the talent and ability in the world, but it is all for not if he isn't on the field.
Reply26 days
Just another bizness decision, I guess.
Reply27 days
that defense is easy to beat with or without him on the field…
Reply27 days
that defense is easy to beat with or without him on the field…
Reply27 days
It really is a truism. This LSU defense is maybe a tad better than last year. And the O line is poor. Don’t know how they can win in Stark Vegas. 34-21 dogs
26 days
The point spread just shifted
Reply27 days
is it a LPO ankle injury? Leach Passing Offense
Reply27 days
What if Coach O knows he can't beat Leach even with Stingley on the field, so he's pleaded with him to sit out, so that Ponamsky & Friends can spin it to save his job next week? I'd buy that conspiracy before thinking Stingley was scared of the competition
27 days
Next man up LSU, injuries happen. Hope it's not serious.
Reply27 days
Sounds like he has a vaginal contusion. He made one tackle and is out the remainder of the season.
Reply27 days
He waited 2 games longer than I thought after the UCLA debacle. I recall everyone saying he was going have a mysterious injury pop up so he could opt out.
Reply27 days
I still have nightmares about what state did to flott last year
Reply27 days
Down vote me all you want, but this guy is soft, has no heart, or has a soft heart. Proof? When I was in college, my parents never called my professors to complain. This baws parents call into radio shows that reach out to many looking for excuses.
Reply27 days
WTH does your parents not calling your professors have to do somebody being soft ? Proof that you are ??
26 days
NIL needs to be allocated based on games available
Reply27 days
Bingo
26 days
For better or for worse, NIL is outside of the NCAA and individual teams’ control. Or their circus, not their monkeys. If they tried, it would likely create all sorts of Title 9 issues and probably worse
26 days
Opt out….nothing to see here. This “injury” will go on all season.
Reply27 days
I knew right after Anthony's injury something would happen soon where he wouldn't play.
27 days
I hate this for the team, sting looked hungry for redemption last game and now this. He had some lingering injuries last year so lets hope that this injury heals thoroughly. and stop with all the hating damnit, Stingley has been beneficial to LSU overall. I know hes had some mental mistakes but his talent allows for us to compete with everybodys #1 WR. When hes on the field of course
Reply27 days
He's soft. His days at LSU are over, you could see this coming.
Reply27 days
Gotta be Alabama fans saying this shit, Stingley is and has been F'ing great !
27 days
Honestly, he’s overrated
Reply27 days
U r dum
27 days
He may injury prone, but he's not overrated.
26 days
What a big friggen surprise lol
Reply27 days
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