Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports
LSU's bye week means time off for running back Derrius Guice but that won't be the case for pass rusher Arden Key, according to head coach Ed Orgeron.

Guice, who has been dealing with a recent leg injury, will spend most of the bye week resting before returning to action next week in preparation for LSU's matchup against No. 1 Alabama on November 4th.

Key, on the other hand, will be full-go during the bye week as Orgeron says the star pass rusher is still getting into playing shape after missing spring practice, summer workouts, and the first two games of the season. Per The Advocate:

“He’s got to go. He’s got to (get) into playing shape. He rested for eight months,” the coach said Tuesday.

At 255 pounds, Key is at playing weight, and he's “just getting to where he needs to be right at the right time,” Orgeron said.
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Absolutely great call
Reply51 months
Clowney Part II. Beat Bama (ala chad jones sack, fumble) and all is well.
Reply51 months
Kind of funny. Good for 'O'. "He rested for 8 months".
Reply51 months
Bus, meet Key. Key this is bus.
51 months
Calling out truth seemed to work for Culp to right his game. Hopefully it's all part of that bayou voodoo O is cooking.
51 months
He is spot on about Key. We need him at 'full speed' next Saturday, ready to play 4 quarters. Hammer down!
Reply51 months
Get rid of that gut, Arden! I want you to put the hurt on Hurts!
Reply51 months
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