LSU will be without several players heading into Tuesday's Texas Bowl matchup vs. Kansas State:



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So our only #18 is on special teams.
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Does this mean we finally get to see Kardell Thomas?
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Probably not. He's still listed as a backup to Hines. He played in a few games toward the end of the season and did really well. We actually had a run game on his side when he was in there. Maybe he'll play. He's earned it.
19 days
He did play well at the end of the year. I think another offseason with quality coaching will do wonders for the kid. I always expected big things from him.
19 days
LSU still wins by 20...
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tldr
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Two years ago seems like an eternity now. I was a Orgeron fan but he truly lost his mind after 2019.
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The greater the challenge, the sweeter the victory
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38 Pig Cage
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I was about to post this. I had no idea we had a someone on the roster with that name. I hope he gets pick 6.
19 days
The NCAA should prohibit the "opting out" of scholarship players...SEC colleges are becoming nothing more than NFL prep schools and these kids today have no allegiance to the school they're playing for...whatever happened to "forever LSU" and singing the alma mater after games...I miss Orgeron already
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If you don't know by now--Here is a lil tid bit of information----NO ONE CAN or WILL "MAKE" a player play. Players need to play with heart for their School or teammate--not money or greed-nor NFL. Heart wins games!!
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A good start would have been making scholarships actual 4-year contracts with schools to prevent coaches from processing kids annually. Some leeway when a coach up and left would have helped, too. The deck's been stacked against college athletes for a long time. Weird that all of a sudden we expect they should be unconditionally loyal.
19 days
So where is Turner and Hill on the OL? Where is Flott, and McGlothern at CB? Where is Baskerville at LB? So many missing players that aren't in the portal. Do we have that many injuries, or is this a bogus depth chart? OL and CB are scary thin. I guess we'll cheer on alot of new names.
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In my best “Major League” voice, “Who are these f’ing guys”?
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we should be thankful that kansas state has yet to figure out the forward pass
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This might get really, really, really UGLY!!!
Reply20 days
Reminds me of major league with the lineup that was supposed to be the worst in the league. Weve got a pig ?? on defense even.
Reply20 days
Let’s run a nice, slow offense. Like 50 plays. Geaux Tigers.
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That chart is not accurate
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Nuss will not be available at QB. Walkon freshman will be QB.
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I blame Brandon
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If anyone still wonders why coach O was let go, look at this roster management
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TBoy
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I played cornerback on the JV team in 1980 and didn’t burn any college eligibility. Maybe I should get in the car to Houston.
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Props to all upperclassmen that didn't quit on the team
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It’s amazing that we even have to say this, what happened to doing the right thing?
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Cuz it’s just that black and white, huh?
20 days
….followed by a gutted coaching staff. Gutted like a fish. Faulk being let go did not sit well with me at all.
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What were the merits of keeping Faulk?
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You have said this on 3 other posts. No one cares.
20 days
Dude, we get it. You don't have to say the same things to getbyour point across about Faulk on multiple stories. He stepped back from coaching duties after he lost his daughter. The AD'S office asked him if he would like to take a position in the office and he accepted. It was his decision, respect it. He's still and always will be a Tiger. He just has a different role.
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