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Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports
LSU running back Derrius Guice has reportedly shut down his social media accounts to focus on football this season.

Guice rushed for 122 yards two touchdowns in LSU's season opener vs. BYU last week. Like most young adults these days, Guice was very active on social media. It's great to see that he's fully locked in on Football this season and wants no distractions.

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Just posted on snap chat 8 minutes ago. Really bad article.
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Fake news
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Fake news
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Yeaaaaa no. He still posts on IG. Do some research dude...
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And he just posted a video on Instagram, idk what that reporter is talking about
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Too bad he's still posting things on Snapchat
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As in 3 hours ago :lol:
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100% support
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Your MiMi will understand, baw.
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Every time I see Guice on here, he's acting like a true leader and having a good time doing it. Guice is easily one of my favorite Tigers of all time.
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If only all players would do this....
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Starting a trend maybe? Play ball and leave the other crap behind and you may achieve your goals? Good thinking, Derriu! You'll have plenty of time to Facebook when you're old and worn out like the rest of us!
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So Snapchat doesn't count as social media?
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Dude can bowl. Over 200 every time. I seen't it on his Insta. But no more. Now it's football!
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I love this guy for doing this. I got rid of Facebook 4 years ago. Only have Insta and rarely use it. I don't comment here much either, but thought this was worthy of a mention.
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Don't try to make this about you.
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People in here acting like social media is the devil lol... there are millions of responsible leaders on social media.
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You have a lifetime of opportunities to be on social media. You only play in college once. You only get drafted once. Wise move from someone in his position.
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Wow he was the most followed player in the SEC and I heard very entertaining
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Nice leadership move. Now let's follow this guy LSU. Let's all focus on football if this is a distraction. What's most important in your life? Social media, or LSU football career and after? This guy knows! GT
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Hopefully the rest of team will get behind him. Obviously showing his leadership
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That's a good move. Taking it seriously, acting like a leader.
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