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
Reply22 months
Head fake. If he hits the field, it should be as a decoy.
Reply22 months
If he does play, it will be for 1) pass blocking only, and 2) keeping OK off balance.
Reply22 months
I wouldn’t play him unless they are losing and they really need him. I know they will do what’s best though.
Reply22 months
Lets go!
Reply22 months
Well which is it?
Reply22 months
“Non contact hamstring injury” I’ve never heard of a hamstring injury caused by contact anyway.
Reply22 months
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.
Reply22 months
Hell yes
Reply22 months
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