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LSU coach Brian Kelly was asked Tuesday at his press conference if he has spoken with wide receiver Kayshon Boutte who was visibly upset as the Tigers' passing game struggled in the loss to Florida State.

Kelly said that he has spoken with Boutte and that he's not worried about the junior wide receiver.


Boutte was targeted six times and caught just two passes for 20 yards vs. the Seminoles.

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Dude can’t catch a wet paper bag now. He sucks but Koy Moore can’t throw
Reply12 months
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Hard time believing this, but I’ll take BK at his word. He’s be risking a lot of credibility to say “everything’s fine” if Boutte was a lost cause
Reply13 months
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If he cries the entire next game I’d bench him for 2 games and he see how he feels
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Yeah, pissy players are fun to watch and coach ...
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Reminds me a little of the problem Chase had before and/or in the first few games of the Bengals season last year. We all know how that got turned around.
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"He's the least guy I'm concerned about on our offense."
Lol, may wanna rethink that. He's your best talent out there looking like he wants to be anywhere else and dropping crucial passes. Maybe some concern is warranted.
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Sometimes I wonder what game you are watching. The pass where he had the defender draped on his arms where he managed to hold the ball through that but lost it when he hit the ground is NOT A DROP.

Likewise the pass that flew past him and other defenders he never got a hand on. NOT A DROP.
13 months
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Sorry to be the 1 to tell you mcgrath but the 2nd goal line pass to KB hit him in right in the chest. He never even bothered to turn his head towards the QB or to look for the ball. Not sure what game you were watching.
13 months
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He will pull a Stingley before long and fake an injury.
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You seriously think Stingley faked his Lisfranc injury?
13 months
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Only an idiot would believe a player would or hell even could “fake an injury” so well that it fooled a doctor into performing surgery on him. Thats pretty damn IMPRESSIVE !!!
13 months
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He's a quitter. Won't change
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You guys that say he's a quitter are absolutely idiots and probably never played a meaningful game in your lives. I want him to have fire. Touch down pass wasn't a drop. He tried his arse off to pull it in but he didn't. You people have Short memories how he played last year before he was injured. You give TigerFans a bad reputation on national media because you stay stupid shite not representative of true fans. Go frick yourselves stop watching.
13 months
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Like Max and Miles?
13 months
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not sure what it looked like in real time from KB view but that goal line dart he refused to try for because he saw a DB out the corner of his eye, looms large. Makes him look like a selfish guy saving himself for the draft.
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Culture of the fans needs to be revisited
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Yeh, how dare we expect competent players and enjoyable games. frick us!
13 months
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A Short Leash and one more chance I’d give him. Portal after that no more excuses. No one is bigger than the Team and he was a liability Sunday. Not with his play so much but his actions spoke louder than words.
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Didn’t he drop 2 potential TD passes? And he’s frustrated?
13 months
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Culture change is needed, time for the prima-donna's to hit the road.
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Facts...to include some of the prima donnas in this fan base. Crying asses lol.
13 months
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These fans deserve Southern Miss status,not 2011,2019 results.Your arrogance will be your undoing.
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