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Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports
LSU running back Derrius Guice will be a "game-time decision" for Saturday's game vs. Troy, according to head coach Ed Orgeron.

Guice has been battling an injury since the Mississippi State game and was not present at multiple practices this week.

Coach Orgeron called Guice a game-time decision in his "Last Words With Coach O" interview on Friday:



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just make the kid rest for the beating he's going to take in the coming weeks. it's not worth it against troy.
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The picture says it all, Guice running into the arms of two defensive lineman and there are no offensive line men anywhere in the pic ....we will do better this week!!!! Geaux Tigers.
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sad to hear the kid bash our beloved President Trump, mates :wah:
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Can’t wait to see a hobbled guice starting Saturday night because orgeron doesn’t have enough sense to rest him for Troy.
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Guice pulling the strings again?
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Didn't look very hurt jumping around on the sidelines last week
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Sit him, just don't let him take a knee lol
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Should not have played last week…
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This really is a no brainer.
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Coach would have to have one.
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Very ironic Guice is basically in the same situation as Fournette last year with the lingering injury. Please don't rush back too soon. Williams and Brossette have got your back!
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kinda like he's shutting it down like Fournette did last year
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Hopefully, head coach will be a gametime decision. Sit him dummy.
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Hopefully fans like you never speak again. Sit down before you hurt ya self dummy.
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Let him sit.
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Give him a week off to get healthy for Christ’s sake. We’re about to have a tough run.
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I agree 100%
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