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LSU might have to alter scrimmage plans ahead of the season opener vs UCLA due to injuries, according to head coach Ed Orgeron.

Offensive linemen Chasen Hines and Anthony Bradford are both dealing with injuries while running back Tyrion Davis-Price tweaked an injury this week that held him out of practice early in fall camp.

Safety Jay Ward returned to practice this week and Derek Stingley Jr. should be back next week, according to Orgeron.



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Makes sense that the thinnest positions have more injuries. The guys in those positions get more reps, more reps means more opportunity for injuries. This is where the worries about too few O linemen from the last 2 recruiting cycles and LSU’s stupid “weed rule” are beginning to bite.
Reply30 days
Feed these kids some Wheaties please!
Reply30 days
Maybe walkthroughs is the way to go. Looks like our thinnest positions (DB and OL) are the most affected. Let’s get our guys fast and fresh.
Reply30 days
God damn. Same shite different year. Lot of top players hurt with about 2 weeks to go.
Reply30 days
What are you talking about? We had almost no injuries going into last year? Chase quit and Stingley had his mysterious illness the night before the game. We had zero injuries in ‘19. Are y’all just making shite up now?
30 days
Oh nooo. We suck again!
Reply30 days
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