Ronald Cortes-USA TODAY Sports
LSU wide receiver Terrace Marshall Jr. suited up for Saturday's game vs. Florida but did not play as he is still recovering from foot surgery back on September 22.

On Monday, head coach Ed Orgeron said Marshall is going to do some individual this week but that he's still not ready to play.

Orgeron previously said he hopes to have Marshall back for the Alabama game on November 9 but some think the sophomore could return before then.

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He's not as far along as it looks. Just be back for bama. Auburns the only possible loss, besides bama, on the schedule but we should be careful. Bama ,this year, is the most important game Lsu has played in ,in years..
Reply1 month
Rest that boy dammit
Reply1 month
Why would we rush him to be ready for Auburn when a bye week follows. Let him get that extra healing time
Reply1 month
Who said they were rushing?
1 month
Let him work out til bama..wont need him til then
Reply1 month
Limited action against Auburn?
Reply1 month
Because we don’t need him for MS State. Smart move
Reply1 month
This is neat.
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