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LSU head coach Ed Orgeron addressed the media Sunday and praised junior running back Derrius Guice who could likely be playing his final game for the Tigers in Monday's Citrus Bowl.

Orgeron also commented on Arden Key who is not playing in the Bowl game and former LSU running back Leonard Fournette who missed last years' Citrus Bowl.

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28 Comments
He looks like a tomato next to the oranges.
Reply14 days
Proud to be a fan of Guice, but can't blame guys that are ready to move on. Their future and dreams are more important than the Citris Bowl. Good luck to everyone.
Reply19 days
for some $ means more than character or integrity.
Reply19 days
#5 looks like a black bozo the clown.
Reply19 days
frick off retard
19 days
I wish Ed would go play in whatever bowl HIS SCHOOL WENT TO. Hey Ed you left LSU once, why not do us a favor and PLEASE LEAVE LSU AGAIN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Reply20 days
I wish TommyDaTiger would leave tigerdroppings and go back to Auburn and eat the WarEagles and take the Plainsmen with you losers.
20 days
Guice was beast but the Damers has just a bit more. Get used to it
Reply20 days
Damn it a shame that guice didn't know his right from his left in the game against Florida gators in 2016. Should have won that game. In 2017 other in nd the cordinator don't know which plays to call in a bowl game. Poor guys :( why q.b. sneak on the goal line when you can give to an rb with more powerful legs to drive intonthe end zone. Ah well they must have graduated in special ed. And getting paid millions to screw it up. Awesome
Reply20 days
Like leaving your buddies in the foxhole taking grenades.
Reply20 days
How much does this bowl make, and how much of that trickles down to the players? Arden Key will probably be at first round pick, and ND's Smith ruining his entire leg a couple of years ago showed why these kids sit out.
Reply21 days
I thought O admitted that he held out Fournette last year vs. Louisville.
Reply21 days
Those who are healthy and don’t play love themselves more than LSU.
Reply21 days
They scared.
20 days
Chark Playing?
Reply21 days
Chark dropping, another hummer coming.
20 days
It is my understanding that scholarships are renewed once a year. I think that if you agree to stay for your junior year and are healthy enough to play then you should play.
Reply21 days
Derrius is awesome
Reply21 days
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What about letting people finish out there contract Ed? You have an OC that is willing to stay and fulfill his part of his contract to LSU.
Reply21 days
No. Just no...
21 days
"their" dumbarse
21 days
Like he said, your on scholarship for a reason, to be a student athlete and up hold your end of an agreement. If your healthy, you play. If you want to skip your Senior yr, because you got a 1st or 2nd round grade, you are no longer taking up a scholarship, but you could still be screwing a school with the 85 limit.
Reply21 days
In a perfect world, LSUtwolves. Yes. But this isn’t a perfect world and the money is far too much to risk injury. But anyone who doesn’t have a first rd. grade should play and return to school. As most of them don’t make it anyway.
Reply21 days
How are you going to say something like that without any consideration to what a kid’s personal situation might be?
20 days
nfl won't be there in three years, usfl will be though.
20 days
Glad he clarified. Wouldn’t want to be misunderstood with so many sensitive people out there these days. He’s right. The university gave you a scholarship to play. If you’re healthy, you should play. And graduate, as well. Anyway, glad Derrius is playing! I hope he dominates and goes out with a big win to lead our resurgence to national prominence next year!
Reply21 days
Are you saying that you think someone with a 1st round grade should stay an extra year in order to graduate?
21 days
The whole point of graduating with a degree is to get a job and make a good living, right? These kids can make millions without one. Who wouldn't do that?
19 days
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