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LSU had a handful of players miss last Saturday's game vs. Southeastern as the result of team suspension but most will be returning this week.

Head coach Ed Orgeron confirmed Monday that left tackle Saahdiq Charles, field linebacker Michael Divinity, nose tackle Ed Alexander, cornerback Jontre Kirklin, and fullback Tory Carter will practice this week and play vs. Auburn on Saturday.

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No word on wide receiver Drake Davis, linebacker Tyler Taylor, or offensive guard Ed Ingram who are all still serving indefinite suspensions.

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geauxtigers3467 months
SuspensionU
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SamuelClemens67 months
What did Ingram do?
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Was Carter suspended as well?
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Load Toad67 months
The guy was a reporter following the team. He was saying suspensions was from off season.
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CP3LSU2567 months
Where the hell is my baw Eric Monroe
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blueboy67 months
I would have been relieved had I heard a bunch of offensive players were held out last week. At least we get one more OL back, so we can suck a little less.
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Mr. Hangover67 months
Suck a duck
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Load Toad67 months
Guy on the New Orleans radio station said more suspensions this week.
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LouisianaLonghorn67 months
Maybe he should wait and suspend players for the Tech game. That's what Gus would do.
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JonTheTigerFan67 months
If there were suspensions to be had, they would have been suspended for the SLU game; that or for the LA Tech game.
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RightWingTiger67 months
JonTTF - I believe LSU is better than La Tech but if they play LT as poorly as they did SELa Tech can definitely beat LSU. Tech has athletes and speed at the skill positions, esp @ WR along with decent size on the OL & DL. Im don't think Tech will beat LSU but if this weekends game beats them up and we have a few guys out Tech can sneek into BR and steal one from our Tigres.
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Keys Open Doors67 months
Is there an update on Neil Farrell?
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Barbellthor67 months
After cooling down, I'm sure our lackluster performance against Southeastern had something to do with these missing people, and our starting right tackle out on injury. Still miffed we looked as bad as we did because we shouldn't have. But I can't help but know that this will make a difference at Auburn.
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CDawson67 months
We looked bad against Troy and lost. We blew it against ND in the bowl game and lost. I'll take a 31-0 victory any day. I don't care who it is against.
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Barbellthor67 months
Bad play equals losing. We had bad play and were lucky to have that score. It will equal losing very soon if we don't correct it. At that point, you'll care. I want to prevent the losing now.
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Datbayoubengal67 months
Had nothing to do with that. Our depth is trash on OL that we can't hold an FCS DL at bay with only 2 starters out. Miss St backup QB put up more yards and TDs in his start than the entire LSU team did in the last 6 quarters. There are players, many of them, that have as many or more offensive TDs than LSU has in two games.
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AustinKnight67 months
High 5 baby We comin
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