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After two weeks off, the LSU Tigers (2-3) traveled to Fayetteville this weekend and will face the Arkansas Razorbacks (3-4) Saturday. Kickoff is set for 11 a.m. CT on the SEC Network. Preview, per LSUSports.net:

Given the unexpected time off, junior receiver Terrace Marshall addressed the team on Monday about the team's goals and aspirations. It's been 21 days since LSU last hit somebody else, and Marshall wanted to make sure the team was focused and locked in for Saturday's rivalry game.

"I don't say too much, but when I do say something, my point can get across," Marshall said on Tuesday. "I wanted to help motivate the young guys and the old guys. Just remind them that we still have a mission ahead of us."

Reserved and quiet in nature, Marshall is still looked upon as a team leader. His words carry weight. And finishing the season the strongest way possible is the vision he has in sight. Read more.
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Kentucky has Covid cases and are missing a bunch of people as well at least they didn't duck us like LSU. What a bunch of Cowards. You needed the referees help to win in the Arkansas game.
Reply6 months
I see LSU is ready to play this week, how fortunate they got over Covid since they have an inferior opponent. They were talking all the smack last year and didn't want to eat a big slice of that humble pie last week.
Reply6 months
You took time out of your Saturday morning to come here and say that? Dude, get a life, a girlfriend, a hobby. Hell. Go do what you do in gumpville and frick your cousin.
6 months
Lmao go frick yo self homeboy deal with the fact that in LSU’s first bad year after 20 years you ain’t gon have that chance to really beat us up oh well see ya in Tuscaloosa with a much more experienced LSU team ready to make a run
6 months
You needed the referees help just to beat Arkansas.
5 months
It literally looks like a junior high video club makes these videos.
Reply6 months
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