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During his weekly press conference, Ed Orgeron provides the following injuries updates and player availability for the Vanderbilt game on Saturday:

-Safety Todd Harris is done for the season after suffering an injury vs. Northwestern State.

"Todd's going to be out for the year and will not be back with us this year. We will use this year as a redshirt. It's unfortunate. It was an unfortunate accident. He just landed on the ground wrong." - Orgeron.

-Defensive ends Rashard Lawrence and Glen Logan will not play this week and their timeline to return is unknown at the moment.

"I don't think they're going to be ready." - Orgeron.

-Outside linebacker K'Lavon Chaisson is questionable for the Vanderbilt game and will not practice Monday.

"He's questionable. Hopefully, we can have him for this game, and if he is ready to play, we're going to play him. He's questionable. He's not able to practice today. We'll see towards the end of the week." - Orgeron.

-Outside linebacker Michael Divinity, wide receiver Ja'Marr Chase, and tight end Thaddeus Moss will all be available to play vs. Vanderbilt. All three did not play vs. Northwestern State due to "Coaches Decision."

"They'll be ready to play." - Orgeron.

Orgeron did not have an update on offensive tackle Saahdiq Charles but said Saturday after the Northwestern State game that he was hopeful Charles could return for the Vanderbilt game.

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i swear if lawrence comes out with a knee brace, i'm driving to Austin.
Reply36 months
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What’s the deal with Divinity? This is the 2nd of 3 games that he was out. Injuries or suspensions?
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A guy I work with played football at Southeastern and coached at Grambling for a bit. Not saying much, but he says our recovery facilities are some of the worst in the SEC. We don't have enough "cryo" things and stuff. IDK what any of it means, but it sure doesn't seem like we are banged up.
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LSU has THE best facilities and equipment in the country. That’s a silly thing of him to say. He’s probably salty he isn’t at LSU.
36 months
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ask antonio brown about cryo, the biggest jump i can remember is when rubber bands and weighted balls were coming around and changing the olympic plate gang.
36 months
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LSU has really good facilities, but far from the best in the country.
36 months
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That #52 for Texas that is in the above picture will play on Sunday’s
Reply36 months
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"All I know is we LSU... that's all I know"- Coach O
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