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LSU head coach Ed Orgeron addressed the media after practice on Thursday and said that several players will not travel with the team to Starkville for Saturday's SEC opener vs. Mississippi State.

They are OL Donavaughn Campbell, TE Caleb Roddy, DL Frank Herron, and CB Kristian Fulton. They’re “not available right now,” Orgeron said.

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You know who IS available? Key :pimp:
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Any1 know what's going on with KF
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Heard Herron is out 6 games, makes sense.
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Campbell has a high ankle sprain.
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Frank Herron has been inelligible for halfvhis career. At some point you need to stop wasting time and effort.
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Not saying -just saying- but failing a drug test is a one game suspension and failing two drug tests is a six game suspension. Again - I have ZERO specific information about any of these individuals- just explaining a policy.
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Will we go an entire season where multiple players are going to be out?
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I'm not gonna sweat any player whether it be personal conduct, behavior, grades, etc. Dance with the girl you came with.....
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It's becoming obvious that Herron is dealing with some off field issues. I don't think we can count on him playing this season. We could really use the depth. But some things you can't control.
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Caleb Roddy is definitely in the dog house
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Frick
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Weeeeeeeeeeedddddd Three games for your third fail.
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