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LSU Sports - Chris Parent (@chrisparent)
LSU head coach Ed Orgeron was asked Monday about tight end Thaddeus Moss who has not played in a game this season.

Orgeron said last week that he expected Moss to play vs. Georgia but the sophomore transfer did not suit up vs. the Bulldogs as he is dealing with a lingering injury. Here's what Orgeron had to say:
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Q. With Thaddeus Moss, you said he might have a couple plays on Saturday. Is he just slowly recovering?

ED ORGERON: I'm trying to figure it out myself. Sometimes he practices, feels better. It's a lingering injury. When it comes to game time, doesn't feel like he's full speed, stuff like that. It's something that he's not completely healed. We want it to heal a lot faster, but it's not healing the way we want it. He wants to play. When he tries to play, he can't. One of those things.

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At this point, I think they are just using his name to give the other teams something to waste some time game planning for him. Can anybody confirm that he actually exists?
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Clamadia?
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only thing funny about this is you Not taking the time to see how to spell something correctly
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sounds like fournette's current hamstring injury
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Injury from the team he transferred from or something that happen in spring practice?
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What is the injury?
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something's fishy here.....
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