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LSU wide receiver Terrace Marshall suffered a foot injury during Saturday's game vs. Vanderbilt that required surgery.

He announced via Twitter Sunday that the surgery went well and that he will be back soon.


The injury is believed to be a foot fracture that will keep him out a few weeks, according to Ross Dellenger with Sports illustrated.




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He won't be out long. He is already putting his weight on the left foot. Oh wait...
Reply12 months
HC87
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Get healed T.M., and come back strong. You are having a GREAT season. GT!
Reply12 months
shouldn't have had to be playing later in the game, blame the defense
Reply12 months
If you require surgery isn’t this different than casting?
Reply12 months
Hairline fractures vastly different from compound fractures, and there’s everything in between. Doesn’t sound like a Marcus Lattimore injury.
Reply12 months
A foot fracture will take more than a "few weeks".
Reply12 months
No it wont. Fractures believe it or not heal faster than ligaments issues.
12 months
Baskerville had the same Injury from the 1st week of practice last year. He didn’t miss a game.
12 months
How is that even possible? They perform the surgery on the sideline?
Reply12 months
Damn, already?
Reply12 months
They're not fricking around. We're gonna need him for Bama
12 months
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