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LSU will likely be without starting offensive guard Chasen Hines and wide receiver Deion Smith for Saturday's game vs. Ole Miss, according to Ed Orgeron who spoke with the media after practice on Thursday.

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This Low IQ Clown managed to embarrass LSU and the State of Louisiana by his Total Incompetence. If he had ANY Class he would not accept a PENNY of his insane "buyout".
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Wouldn’t matter anyway. Martinez took took Hines’ job last week. I’ve been high on him since he signed, I just had that feeling he would be a solid starter but I thought it would be at center instead of RG. He moves very well and he looks to be stronger than he was last year as a true freshman. With all 5 of the opening day OL starters graduating after this year it’s good to know we have 3 guys that appear ready to take starting roles next year in Martinez, Bradford and Dellinger with Wire being serviceable as well if he comes back and 2 blue chip kids coming in who could play very early in Jones and Campbell. It’s time to step up or move out of the way for guys like Dumervil, Turner and Kardell Thomas.
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Ed Orgeron is Chasen Hines
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What's up with Deion?
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Martinez might be our best lineman
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Martinez will end up being a solid SEC lineman.
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Martinez should be starting anyway after that performance last week.
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Martinez played really well against Florida.
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