Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports
Multiple sources reported Monday that LSU leading wide receiver Kayshon Boutte is out for the season after suffering a lower leg injury in the Kentucky game.

The news, which was first reported by Matt Zenitz, was confirmed by head coach Ed Orgeron during his Monday press conference.

Boutte was off to a hot start this season with 38 receptions for 509-yards and nine touchdowns before the injury.

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There aren’t many receivers like Boutte around. It was a pleasure seeing him play the last two seasons, a true highlight in some games that were tough to watch.
Reply2 months
If there was one player I would not accuse of using a minor injury to opt out, it would be boutte. I believe he really is hurt. Kid is a savage who gives it his all. This is a blow for the rest of the team down the stretch
Reply2 months
Although who could blame him
2 months
Beat college WR this year and it isn’t even close
Reply2 months
Burks at Arkansas would like to have a word with you
2 months
Csmins - he better than Burks, LSU receivers roll straight into the NFL. Only other school that competes with them is Bama of course.
2 months
You need to get out more Check out Burks highlights. Unreal
2 months
Was fun & exciting to watch, hope he comes back next year with the same attitude he had this year.
Reply2 months
The hits keep coming
Reply2 months
This season gets worser and worser
Reply2 months
You meant worse and worse. Wikipedia and Google had no where of such a word "worser" does not exist.
2 months
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I expected a totally different kinda change. We have to wait a periolollically time for next season.
2 months
At this point it doesn’t matter for LSU. Hopefully he does what he needs to do to get right.
Reply2 months
Severe blow to LSU pass offense but next man must step up bigly.
Reply2 months
Next year we clear the curse with O gone and finally get going in a positive manner.
Reply2 months
This coaching staff and team are the poster children for bad Gris Gris. Just unbelievable!!!
Reply2 months
That sucks not only for him but college football. He was fun as hell to watch
Reply2 months
And the hits just keep on coming......
Reply2 months
Does he come back if O is fired?
Reply2 months
No good breaks
Reply2 months
So it will go like this: Great rehab…to the NFL…..so so rehab he will have to hang around LSU one more year…..Godspeed Mr. Boutte…..looking for a full recovery.
Reply2 months
Season over!!! It was already over but this the nail in the coffin.
Reply2 months
Oh no mates
Reply2 months
He will rehab for Pro Day and enter the draft. Next man up.
Reply2 months
Nope, only a sophomore.
2 months
If the injury is as serious as it appears, I believe he’s talking about next year as well.
2 months
O and Peetz weren't using him enough. He is a super star and we're throwing to all these other dudes.
Reply2 months
Wut?
2 months
Peetz had no clue what he doing out there. This title is way over his head and recruiting plays a part in why the record is what it is. Orgeron does this to himself every year, have you ever seen lightning strike in a bottle? I have, happened in 2019 football season and lsu ran the table. That will never happen again under orgeron as the head man
2 months
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