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Update: Ed Orgeron Provides Updates On Clyde Edwards-Helaire

Multiple sources have reported online and on the radio that LSU starting running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire suffered a hamstring injury during Tuesday's practice.

The severity of the injury is unknown at this moment but head coach Ed Orgeron will likely provide an update when he speaks to the media today around 5:25 p.m. CT.



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They just need that spray gun thing the soccer players get. They go down (swidt) like they lost a leg, get the spray then hop back up.
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Magic spray
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Also, OU just suspended a RB, Rec., and starting DE.
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K but Lsu needs to get better at rb in learning the playbook, blocking, good vision, catching the ball since ceh is out
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He is good but the two kids behind him are too. They have ample time to prepare. We may see a breakout game from one, or both.
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I would’ve said that too 6 weeks ago but CEH has blossomed so much as a receiver out of the backfield I think it’s a big drop off.
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Better than 2-3 days before but Hamstrings are an issue ask Leonard
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Thought Leonard had an ankle issue
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Leonard had a high ankle sprain...and still had some issues with it in the pros. Totally different animal of an injury.
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He has time to heal and get ready.
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Only 10 days and do we know the injury extent yet. Hammies can linger for a long time
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Depends on the injury, but thankfully muscles are highly vascularized (heals quite fast) so there are decent odds he could play against OU. And unless its a catastrophic injury he'll play against whoever we play in Jan assuming we win.
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rough day
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We have capable backs. We have 10 days to get them ready. Next man up!!
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Is Jimmy Swaggart still based in Baton Rouge? It is time for him to lay hands on Clyde's hamstring... Time for a Christmas miracle ...
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Miracles don't come from the hands of heretics ...
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all have sinned
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Swaggart's laying his hands on something but it ain't some dude's hamstring
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All the best to CEH. He's the best all-around RB/Receiver/Blocker in college ball - and has freaky 6th-sense radar on where to be when his QB needs a pass outlet.
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Is it necessary to post the same thing 5 times in one page?
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Noooo
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TDP, Emery, Curry.....
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This sucks.
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