Ronald Cortes-USA TODAY Sports
During Monday's press conference, Ed Orgeron said that wide receiver Terrace Marshall Jr. should be ready to play in Saturday's game vs. Auburn after recovering from foot fracture surgery.

Orgeron said that trainer Jack Marucci and coach Joe Brady have a practice plan for Marshall this week and feel like he will be ready to go come Saturday.

Q. What is the plan with Terrace Marshall this week in practice? Do you expect him to play?

ED ORGERON: See how much he can do. Jack Marucci and Coach Brady have an excellent plan. We talked about it today. He's going to want to do everything, be ready to go.

But we feel that by game time he should be ready to play.
Marshall Jr. suffered the foot fracture vs. Vanderbilt on September 21 and had surgery the following day.
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I'm pretty sure he's all the way back to full speed. He's been dressed out the last two games and probably could have played, but I agree with giving his injury a few more weeks to heal so it doesn't become a lingering problem the rest of the season.
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YES...3 weeks to get him back in game shape for the game of the century 2019
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Modern medicine is amazing.
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Outstanding news
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