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LSU head coach Ed Orgeron met with the media after practice on Thursday and talked about the teams upcoming game vs. Alabama on Saturday.

Orgeron said that wide receiver Dee Anderson will likely play in some capacity Saturday as he continues to work himself back up the depth chart.


Anderson, a 6-5 sophomore from Desoto, TX, played last week vs. Ole Miss but did not record any stats.

Orgeron said Anderson was standout during LSU's Tiger Bowl scrimmage last week and caused issues for the defense.


On the other side of the ball, Orgeron said that defensive coordinator Dave Aranda will make a game-time decision as to who will start at linebacker: senior Donnie Alexander or true freshman Tyler Taylor.


Orgeron would not reveal whether or not linebacker Sci Martin would travel with the team to Alabama. Martin, a sophomore from New Orleans, returned to practice this week for the first time since August.

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Dee is who we should target early when all eyes are on guice and chark
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Rotating speedsters in for the jetsweep
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says alot when a true freshman may get the start over a senior at LB
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More healthy bodies is a good thing at any position for the stretch run!
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“Sci is doing fine”. “Sci is doing ok”. Wonder how sci is doing ?
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Weekly Pressure?
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I hope Taylor gets the majority of snaps over Alexander. We need as much beef in the middle as possible and Alexander hasn't impressed me much this year...
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Fehoko is going to be huge for depth for the next couple of years. Kid was really solid at Tech.
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Fehoko if he played this year he would be the best man on the team well I'm talking devin white impact on DFLine. Can't wait til next year, getting shelvin back
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