John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports
LSU coach Ed Orgeron announced Monday that safety Todd Harris is done for the season after suffering an injury vs. Northwestern State on Saturday night.

"Todd's going to be out for the year and will not be back with us this year, Orgeron said. "We will use this year as a redshirt. It's unfortunate. It was an unfortunate accident. He just landed on the ground wrong."

Orgeron added that JaCoby Stevens will have to step up in place of Harris.

"Stevens is going to have to play a lot back there," Orgeron said. "We have to see as the week goes, who else can fit back there."

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17 Comments
Need someone better at covering than 3. That’s not his game at all.
Reply27 days
Yep Stevens is an in the box Safety
27 days
I hate to see that. These players work hard to get ready for the season. Best wishes to him on his recovery.
Reply27 days
Out for the season with a bad case of stinky pinky?
Reply28 days
That sucks! The more experience he got the better he would have got
Reply28 days
No hate but he played bad all year. Hope he can bounce back, get well!!
Reply28 days
That the only pic we could find?
Reply28 days
I don't see LSU winning the National Championship this season. QB play is Heisman-worthy, but, that won't happen, either.
Reply28 days
well frick, champagne doesn't see it. we fricked
28 days
fricking life of the party, now aren’t we?
28 days
Just go back to trying to make "LSU north" a thing.
27 days
Great decision to leave by Kelvin Joseph. SMH
Reply28 days
I don't know when waiting a year to play became such a huge deal to these players but it's getting fricking ridiculous. Every time one of these guys is told someone else is better they cry and transfer. It's pretty sad really.
27 days
the hits keep coming........
Reply28 days
I guess Eric Monroe?
27 days
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