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LSU head coach Ed Orgeron met with the media on Tuesday and said the plan with Derrius Guice and his workload is the keep him under 25-30 carries a game.

Orgeron added that Guice could see more carries, depending on how a game is going but that he doesn't want to wear him out.

Guice rushed for 27 carries for 122 yards and two touchdowns in the season-opener vs. BYU.

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I can respect that. Keep him healthy down the stretch when we may not need him as much in the beginning
Reply50 months
Save that 40 carry game for Bama!
Reply50 months
We should do nothing but short to intermediate passing routes against Bama. We shouldn't even attempt to run
50 months
If Guice runs 40 times against anybody, he won't see the end of the season and we likely lose the game. Passing to set up the run against the good teams is what this team needs. Get the lead through a balanced pass/ run attack, and finish it off with a punishing running attack in the 4th with multiple players and fresh legs. This is what Canada was brought in for, and I think O is obviously on board with it as well. I like the shorter practice and increased film time also. Outside of the penalties, red zone, and ST issues, our Tigers were very well prepared. Very confident in all of the coaches moving forward.
50 months
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