Scott Wachter-USA TODAY Sports
LSU starting outside linebacker K'Lavon Chaisson is "doubtful" for Saturday's game vs. Vanderbilt, according to head coach Ed Orgeron who provided the update during the SEC Coaches Teleconference on Wednesday.

Chaisson suffered a lower foot injury during the Texas game in Week 2 and was in a walking boot last week. He did not play vs. Northwestern State last Saturday.

Orgeron previously said on Monday that Chaisson was "questionable" but it sounds like he's now out for the Tigers first SEC game on the season.

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Coach O has a different philosophy than Miles obviously lets see if it pans out over the long Hall. Keeping guys fresh for the monster games is definitely not something new but real game time is very instrumental in perfecting ones craft. KC is missing the boat here. Claiming someone held him all game against Texas is understandable but thinking Bama and other big schools will do something different is insane. He needs practice figuring wayss around that.
Reply19 months
Absolutely no need for him to play against vandy
Reply19 months
not sure about that, hope you are right, but sec road games rarely easy...they have a decent QB and a first round pick as a TE, nfl probable rb and avg sec wr's..
19 months
Fragile as a egg...
Reply19 months
That fragile egg could make an omelet out of your a-hole in about 5 tick tocks of the clock.
19 months
Really? What a dickheaded response to the truth.
19 months
He plays one of the most violent positions in the most violent physical sport worth watching. To call him fragile is more of a dickheaded response than my comment, yet my comment was more truthful than yours. Just saying...
19 months
What did he hurt?
Reply19 months
Ankle I think.
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