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Head coach Ed Orgeron spoke to the media after practice on Thursday and revealed his plan for the tight end position now that Arik Gilbert has opted out and Tory Carter unavailable.

Orgeron says that freshman Kole Taylor and former baseball player Nick Storz will see action on Saturday vs. Florida.

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steadytiger42 months
Funny how we worry about th sensitivities of the players, ignoring the sensitivities of the fans who make the whole thingy possible.....until they don't show up either.
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Saturday: Our TE is probably still better than the scrub UF has! Pitts? Sounds terrible. Sunday: Fire everyone. Start over.
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cypresstiger42 months
I keep hearing Han Solo: I have a baaad feeling about this
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ATLTiger42 months
No Devonta Lee?
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lsualum9642 months
I've actually been waiting to see what Kole Taylor can do!
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biglego42 months
I’m surprised that our 4th string TE is a baseball player
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Rebel42 months
What's wrong with Carter?
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rsylve42 months
Someone said suspended for the final 2. No word why.
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Drizzt42 months
You know it’s weed. Our damn compliance department at work.
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TheWalrus42 months
Probably cheap shotted a professor
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ByUselves42 months
Former baseball player? Guess I missed something...
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southsidedell42 months
Yeah kid from New York. Been on the baseball team for a few years but was hurt? Idk I saw an interview before the season and kid said Ed was gonna let him try out for football. Left baseball completely too I believe. Been a while since i seen the video.
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Dwainwright42 months
Storz is still on the baseball team. RHP. Throws low 90s. Good reliever. Has struggled some with injuries but has fought thru it and will get an opportunity this spring.
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