Jacob Reeder / LSU Athletics
LSU quarterback Max Johnson suffered a "small injury" during Saturday's win over Florida and will be 'limited' at Monday's practice, Ed Orgeron announced this afternoon.

Orgeron expects Johnson to be at full speed by the end of the week.

Johnson got his first start of the season vs. the Gators and led the Tigers to a 37-34 upset win as a 23-point underdog. The true freshman completed 21-of-36 passes for 239 yards and 3 touchdowns and earned SEC Offensive Player of the Week honors.

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That is what he said about Myles
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Will be fine, look at the dance in the locker room after
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I did notice a limp in his last drive. Prob just twisted his ankle a little bit
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Maybe it's a tumor... IT'S NOT A TUMOR
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Get to da chopppahh, cause it’s a two-muh
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His nuts were injured from dragging them across Florida
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And 37 UF players were seriously injured by the nut dragging.
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Hope it not a "lower body injury ". He could be out for a year.
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:John Lackey:
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