Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports
Ed Orgeron said during his weekly radio show Wednesday night that starting left guard Garrett Brumfield will be out for a couple weeks after suffering a knee injury vs. Louisiana Tech.

On Monday, Orgeron mentioned that freshman Chasen Hines is expected to start at left guard with Donavaughn Campbell rotating in as well.

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Here's more from Ed Orgeron during his radio show.
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Sailin Tiger69 months
Would be surprised to see him back before Moo State, but this is still great news as the team will definitely need him for bama and as we make a late season push
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Guava Jelly69 months
Good news actually. Glad it wasn't more serious.
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AugustaTiger69 months
That’s what happenes when you have to play LA Tech hard the whole game because the team can’t put away one of the softest opponents on the schedule.
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CanebreakCajun69 months
Heal up baby. He is the anchor of that line and we need him 100% for the stretch.
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LSUperior69 months
A "couple" of weeks usually ends up being more like 5-6 weeks.
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jeff7012169 months
Great news...get well soon Brum
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DVinBR69 months
our lineman should be wearing knee braces
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BEATbama0569 months
A couple of weeks is great news. Had you seen his reaction once the trainers diagnosed him on the sideline you would have bet they told him something season ending.
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If he's out a couple weeks, that means he'd be back for the Georgia game. That would be great to have him.
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Smalls69 months
Hines 57
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Barbellthor69 months
I’m confident in Chases Hines.
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