LSU Sports - Chris Parent (@chrisparent)
Head coach Ed Orgeron announced Wednesday night during his weekly radio show that sophomore tight end Thaddeus Moss is ready to play and could see a few snaps this Saturday.

Moss, a sophomore transfer from N.C. State has yet to play in a game this season because of an undisclosed injury but has been a full-go at practice this week.

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1 catch for 12 yards then back to the bench not to be seen again for another month.
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Unicorn
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Anyone else think this was a cover-up for a six game suspension
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The offensive line didn’t have its best performance but they didn’t do a bad job last week. No knock on Joe, but he didn’t pick up the blitz’s from his blind side. One back can’t block two blitzing defenders. I have a really good felling that he’ll see it and make the adjustment against GA. He’ll have a much better game and so will the line.
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HMMM
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Problem with the tight end position right now is that we have to keep them in to help block for our oline. Can't use the te like we want. But I expect 3 catches from the te this weekend
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Great white Knight or should I say Unicorn
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He won't have a single catch Saturday. Bet on it
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Still not very convinced this kid even exists.
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difficult to get excited when Racy McMath had a good game against Ole Miss and I didn't notice him in the passing game against UF.
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Theres been Personnel inconsistencies all season... one guy will have a good/solid game or show flashes and then the next game you will rarely even see the guy on the field.
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difficult to get excited when Racy McMath had a good game against Ole Miss and I didn't notice him in the passing game against UF.
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hope hes like his daddy
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Ready to play.. hopefully they get snaps out of him? What kind of cryptic shite is this?
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It means he is ready to go and hope they can work him in it will not go out of their way in a huge game. This isn’t hard
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The way we obsess on his status he better be the next Jimmy Graham
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Hopefully, he will be 1 less unicorn in LSU's history!
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Yes!!!
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