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Less than 24-hours after ruling LSU running back Derrius Guice out for Saturday's game vs. Syracuse, head coach Ed Orgeron announced that the junior will in fact play against the Orange.

Orgeron announced the news after practice on Thursday.

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Oh, cool. A night of R&R can change some things. That's a geaux Tigers.
Reply49 months
I'm sure Guice convinced Coach O he was good to go. The kid wants to play! Great attitude!
Reply49 months
You dont know what to believe listening to orgeron...He is more confusing than trumps press secretary.
Reply49 months
That's saying a lot considering our last coach
49 months
Miles had incoherent sentences, but you kind of understood what he meant and he stuck with it. O just went from "highly questionable" a day ago and now all of a sudden he plays?
49 months
GEAUX GOOSEY!
Reply49 months
That typo in his name is hissing at me.
Reply49 months
Lol
49 months
Haha
49 months
This is why I wouldn't even worry about mentioning injuries. You aren't going to satisfy this fanbase so just keep it to yourself until game day. Unless it's serious don't even mention them. People will assume the worst anyway so just keep it real with your team and that's really all Ed O should be concerned with. Wins don't even please these fans. Hate our fanbase when things get tough they turn on you. Miles consistently played bad offense, Ed O hasn't consistently done a damn thing at LSU to really judge him on.
Reply49 months
Liking your way of thinking, BayouBengal99. Keeping it real for the real fans and potential recruits who are reading this. They need to know that LSU is a special place, and with a little patience, can be a contender again soon!
49 months
LOL
Reply49 months
So glad the injury isn't that bad. I hope the scheme and script Canada made this week in planning without him doesn't change. Spread it around thru the air. Jacoby Stevens was getting some looks at H back... get that fricker some touches.
Reply49 months
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