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LSU head coach Ed Orgeron announced Sunday that starting cornerback Kristian Fulton underwent surgery on his foot/ankle and will be out for the Fiesta Bowl.

His status for spring football is uncertain, according to Orgeron.

Fulton suffered the injury during the Arkansas game on Nov. 10th.



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He's FAKING it. I demand they release the medical files. I hope they lock this guy up!
Reply3 months
will be like TAMU all over again... shite...
Reply3 months
So Fulton, Greedy are out, Jacobs out for the first half and possibly White out also? Any redshirts or intramural players to fill in?
Reply3 months
Tough year for Fulton....come on back next year and lock down that backfield for us, big man!
Reply3 months
Another causality of a portion of a game that should have never been played.
Reply3 months
Hope he ain’t gone. Come back next year and work into a 2nd round pick
Reply3 months
Given that he's having surgery on his ankle, I highly doubt he's going to make LSU Pro Day or the Combine. He'll be back. I'd put money on it if I were betting man.
3 months
Fulton’s father said on OTB this am, “he would be shocked if Christian doesn’t come back. “
3 months
that's two corners out...we comin'!
Reply3 months
Well with two corners gone...we should be a "well rounded" football team.
3 months
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