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Ed Orgeron spoke to the media after practice on Thursday and said that LSU cornerback Derek Stingley Jr. should be healthy and good to go for the Vanderbilt game on Saturday.

Stingley Jr. missed the season opener vs. Mississippi State after he was hospitalized with an unknown illness.

Kickoff between LSU and Vanderbilt is set for 6:30 p.m. CT on the SEC Network.
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I just saw him out last night. He's doing good
Reply6 months
"As far as I know." If the head coach hasn't inquired on the expected status of his best player 2 days before the game, he might be a little too hands-off.
Reply6 months
Well he did get sick one day before the game last week. "As far as I know".
6 months
Some of you are clowns.
6 months
"As far as I know" has been "coach speak" for many many years. Where have you been all your life?
6 months
Can we stay away from the word Positive in headlines unless someone actually test positive.
Reply6 months
I thought the same thing lol
6 months
Thank you Jesus!!!
Reply6 months
4 INTs
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