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LSU head coach Ed Orgeron joined the SEC Coaches Teleconference on Wednesday and provided some good updates regarding the offensive line.

Orgeron said that he expects left tackle Saahdiq Charles to play Saturday vs. Florida and that the OL group is "about as healthy as we have been" all season with the exception of Garrett Brumfield being out.

Options at left guard to replace Brumfield are Chasen Hines, Donavaughn Campbell, and Adrian Magee, according to Orgeron.

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Solo Cam65 months
Funny that this is the healthiest we’ve been and we’re missing bruiser still. This team has so much potential.
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HC8765 months
Exactly, with JB continuing to improve, the OL getting healthy & coming together, and the confidence gained by our playmakers at RB/WR/TE, this OFF's BEST FB lies ahead. GT!
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alumni9565 months
HC87: add “new” playmakers like McMath to the equation and things are trending up for sure.
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El Magnifico65 months
Finally some decent news regarding the O-line!
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