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Ed Orgeron joined the SEC Coaches Teleconference on Wednesday morning and confirmed that running back Tre Bradford has rejoined the team.

Orgeron said that Bradford's status is still up in the air for Saturday's game as they are working on getting him cleared. He added that the team was happy to welcome him back.

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13 Comments
Yeah we can use him....When an offense has trouble scoring over tall grass, it's time to rethink the plan...
Reply14 days
Ordinarily when a guy goes you don't bring him back, but with 2 RBs out we will use him.
Reply14 days
They are trying to get him ready for this weekend? Didn’t he just transfer? Or has he been on campus? No way they let him play without knowing the playbook and assignments right?
Reply15 days
Didn't look like a very difficult playbook to learn
15 days
How long do you think it takes to learn the one running play in the playbook? (sarcasm)
15 days
Look out blocks are easy pickups.
14 days
Pretty sure he was 4th or 5th string the short time he was at Oklahoma. Thats starter material at LSU.
Reply15 days
Come on, buddy. He was third, because they only have have two scholarship backs now. He impressed them in camp and was expected to see plenty of playing time.
15 days
Clown comment.
15 days
Should've never let him get away after seeing the busts we had last year (and now this year)
Reply15 days
It’s hard to judge how good or bad the RBs are when the O-Line can’t block ANYBODY! The LSU RBs are talented but none are good enuf to get positive Yds with a couple 250lbs D-Linemen hanging on them as soon as they get the handoff. Same goes for our QBs. What QB wouldn’t look erratic when being pounded into the ground every time they drop back to pass!!
15 days
I agree, but O-line play wasnt good last year and Bradford was our most efficient back if memory serves me correctly.
15 days
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