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Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports
During Tuesday's media session in Atlanta, LSU offensive coordinator Steve Ensminger said that he expects running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire to play in the Peach Bowl vs. Oklahoma on Saturday.

Edwards-Helaire suffered a non-contact hamstring injury during practice last week and is day-to-day, according to head coach Ed Orgeron's update from Monday.

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Rest him for NCG mates
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Head fake. If he hits the field, it should be as a decoy.
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If he does play, it will be for 1) pass blocking only, and 2) keeping OK off balance.
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I wouldn’t play him unless they are losing and they really need him. I know they will do what’s best though.
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Lets go!
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Well which is it?
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“Non contact hamstring injury” I’ve never heard of a hamstring injury caused by contact anyway.
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Damn, if nothing else, this tells me one thing for sure, he will ,for sure ,be able to play in the national championship, if we win.
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Hell yes
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