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LSU star cornerback Derek Stingley Jr. will have his foot examined by a doctor this week, head coach Ed Orgeron said Monday at his press conference.


Stingley Jr. missed Saturday's game vs. Mississippi State after he re-inured his foot in practice last week. The injury is the same one that forced him to miss practices during fall camp.
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This article’s moronic headline screams “Larry Leo was here!”
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In Bamas Program he would of already seen the best Ankle/Ortho Doc in the US(Like Dr Andrews etc). At Lsu 2 weeks in and still waiting to see a doctor??? Sounds about right.
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Be the damn alpha kick his arse off the team
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He's been coasting since 2019.
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He gone
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Shouldn’t he see a doctor every week if he is hurt?
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Yes and I’m sure the LSU athletic department has access to all the top doctors in sports medicine to evaluate Stingley Jr.
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He is absolutely done. Could have been a great Tiger. Certainly he seems like a great kid
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Bummer but not seeing a doctor last week and waiting til this week is a tell tale sign. No doctor in his right mind would recommend a player with Sting's potential to 'get right back out there and start playing'. Even on a mild high ankle sprain.
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He’s done. But I totally understand. A recurring foot injury is very serious and would dramatically hurt his draft status. Gotta get that thing better. Just a business decision in 2021…
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He missed last week due to injury, but will just now see a doctor this week? Odd.
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Why didn’t he see one the day after he got hurt? HMO issues?
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We'll see what he's made of. Let's give benefit of doubt before back stabbing. This is sign of the times.
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Agreed. Hope he plays again but we really haven’t seen much of him the last two seasons. Yes it is a sign of the times. Would not surprise me if he opts out.
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This dude is done with college ball. He and his father see the writing on the wall and they are basically opting out.
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said that the other day..him AND HIS FATHER = Balls
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He could have been the 2nd-ever 3-time All American, after Casanova
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He’s thru with College Ball.
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Man we really love to eat our own around here, huh?
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Sounds like that’s probably a wrap. Announcement of season-ending surgery up next
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A doctor needs to see Deculus. Dude is on the turf more often than a lawnmower.
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JR
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Yes, he gets knocked down but he continues to get up again and put out effort.
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Didn’t know that OB-GYNs treat foot injuries now.
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??????? Grow up
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frick you. He's 20.
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do you use anyone besides your b/f for anal probes 9geauxt?
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You don't say?
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From questionable to an undetermined amount of time.
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You forgot a “very questionable” mixed in there too
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