Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports
LSU senior linebacker Kendell Beckwith suffered a knee injury Saturday against Florida and will not play this Thursday vs. Texas A&M, according to coach Ed Orgeron who met with media on Monday.

Orgeron also added that running back Leonard Fournette is a game-time decision for Thursday's game.


Beckwith suffered a knee injury late in the first quarter vs Florida and did not return to the game.

Fournette has been dealing with a lingering ankle injury all season long and was not expected to play vs Florida. After a pregame scuffle with the Gators, Fournette ended up dressing out for the game and played 20 snaps. He rushed for 40 yards on 12 carries.

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Sit LF7 & run Guice
Reply53 months
Actually, I think we would be wise to sit Leonard. He's a great player, but we're far too predictable when he's in the game. Ensminger doesn't know how to use him, or anyone else for that matter. Besides, it's almost a meaningless game at this point, so don't jeopardize Fournette's career in the NFL. Guice, Williams and Brosette can carry the load. I would really like to see a win after Saturday's lame effort. Geaux Tigers!
Reply53 months
LET GUICE REDEEM HIMSELF AFTER THE FLORIDA FIASCO....FELT SORRY FOR THE YOUNG MAN
53 months
With no LF7 or KB52, this might be the year A&M pulls it off. I hope I'm wrong...
Reply53 months
We thought we would beat Florida at home because of all their injuries. I'm sure A&M might be saying the same. We can EASILY beat them, and I honestly think we beat them again.
53 months
Get ready for A&M to run it straight up the middle
Reply53 months
with what? Devin white will plug dat ass
53 months
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