Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports
LSU inside linebacker Donnie Alexander, who did not play in season opener vs. BYU, will be available for the Chattanooga game on Saturday.

Head coach Ed Orgeron announced the news during his weekly radio show on Wednesday and said that Alexander will compete with freshman Tyler Taylor for the starting spot at inside linebacker.

Alexander was one of many LSU players that did not travel with the team to New Orleans for the BYU game.

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He better bring it if he wants to start! Tyler Taylor looked pretty damn good last week!
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Aaaaaallrriiiiiiiiight! Way to go Donnie!!!!!
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Thats what getting a top position recuit gets u! Instant results.. Even the starting vets be fighting for spots! Thats what i like!
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Are not be.. Typo
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Crazy how good the defense played without some big time, experienced players.
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Thank god
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