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LSU coach Ed Orgeron spoke with the media after practice on Thursday and provided some injury updates heading into Saturday's game vs. Ole Miss.

The Tigers will be without right guard Chasen Hines and running back Ty Davis-Price as both are dealing with injuries, according to Orgeron.

Orgeron also said that running back John Emery Jr. and cornerback Derek Stingley Jr. are both questionable for Saturday.

Earlier in the week, Orgeron said that quarterback Max Johnson was banged up a little bit for the Florida game but will likely start vs. Ole Miss.

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TWT
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Stingley has become very soft. The NFL is watching and this will cost him. Sounds like he is getting some bad advice.
Reply4 months
How does it sound like that? Do you even know what his injury is?
4 months
Funny being that stingley was dancing and cutting up in locker room after the Florida win. Didn’t look to banged up in video.
Reply4 months
So basically we’ll have our backups of backups in. Cool.
Reply4 months
Good enough to beat Florida in the Swamp I suppose.
4 months
Stingley banged up from what? He hasn’t even played in 4 games total!!!
Reply4 months
Smelling like he's a late this year, but getting a jump on opting out for next year.
4 months
Kinda looks like he is opting out without officially opting out.
4 months
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