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LSU head coach Ed Orgeron appeared on 104.5 ESPN's "Off the Bench" Tuesday morning and provided a quick update on Michael Divinity, who left the Vanderbilt game with a leg injury. Per The Advocate:

"He's going to be OK," Orgeron said Tuesday morning on 104.5 ESPN's "Off the Bench." "Might be a couple of weeks. Not as bad as it looked on film."

LSU is off this weekend and will return to action vs. Utah State in Tiger Stadium on Saturday, October 5.

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With how it looked when he went down, thats amazing to hear. Were going to need him in our upcoming SEC grind for sure.
Reply19 months
Given the circumstances this is good news. Sprained ankles hurt like mofo but these athletes like Divinity and the physical therapy resources that are available to them, he should be back on the field in three weeks.
Reply19 months
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