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Stephen Lew-USA TODAY Sports
LSU 5th-year senior running back John Emery Jr. is done for the season after tearing his ACL Saturday night vs. Florida.

The injury happened in the first quarter when Emery Jr. made a cut on a 14-yard rush and went down on the field a few steps later.

Head coach Brian Kelly confirmed the news during his Monday press conference.

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Hoovertigah8 months
Poor guy. Ya hate to see it. Never fully came around.
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CaLSUTigerFan8 months
I applaud his efforts to get back on the field. So sorry his career at LSU ended like this.
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TigerLord20208 months
Medical redshirt
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LSUBB63668 months
Thats a damn shame. After all the crapshite this young man has gone through to be a Tiger and now this. He does NOT deserve it. I wish you a speedy recovery JEJ
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1 Call8 months
@LSUBB6366 I 100% agree! I'm really sad for this young man.
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Menatiger8 months
Dude can’t catch a break. Heal well Tiger.
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Deplorable Duke8 months
Such a waste
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Deplorable Duke8 months
Look at the Florida player in that pic. WTF!
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MojoTigerBalls8 months
Probably shifting his helmet back into place. It does look funny, though.
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75503Tiger8 months
The one that got away. He could have been great at LSU
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MONROE8 months
If he just would have taken his academics more seriously…..good luck to him in the future
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LSUBB63668 months
Monroe..his knee will heal. YOU on the otherhand will have to go through life as being an a-hole
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chRxis8 months
ain't just his LSU career that's over... hope he paid attention in those classes he had to retake
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whodatfan8 months
His running style with the open field unnecessary hard juking is about as careless and injury prone as I've ever witnessed.
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