by
13 Comments
Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports
During Wednesday's episode of "Sports Today" on Baton Rouge ESPN radio 104.5, host Charles Hanagriff said there could be 6-7 suspended LSU players for the season opener vs. BYU on Saturday night in New Orleans.

Head coach Ed Orgeron has not made any public announcement about suspension this week and said he would handle discipline internally during Wednesday's SEC Coaches Teleconference.

Loading Twitter Embed....
Loading Twitter Embed....

Players that could possibly be suspended for the opener include the three that were arrested this offseason and players that have been noticeably absent during extended periods of practice. Per The Advocate:
quote:

Three current players were arrested over the offseason, something that could lead to disciplinary action. That list includes offensive linemen Adrian Magee and Donavaughn Campbell and running back Lanard Fournette. Several players have missed a host of practices this month, including receiver Dee Anderson and edge rusher Sci Martin.
You can discuss the possible suspensions on the Tiger Rant.
Filed Under: LSU Football
13 Comments
user avatar
shotcaller182 months
O's form of discipline involves working weekend and night shifts as his translator
user avatar
LaBR482 months
My sources are saying the players are not being suspended. They are being withheld from play.
user avatar
DEG82 months
Smacks of a lack of senior leadership tbh
user avatar
Shiftyplus182 months
Meanwhile, in Bamaland, players caught driving around with stolen guns and drugs play consequence free.
user avatar
JOJO Hammer82 months
That's because they work hard in the heat while we sit in the AC.
user avatar
Alltheway Tigers!82 months
Miles has lost control of the team....
user avatar
DVinBR82 months
Who needs offensive linemen anyways lol
user avatar
pevetohead82 months
Ed has lost control of this team.
user avatar
BayouBengal9982 months
Or maybe Ed has complete control of this team. I promise you Ed O isn't going to do anything to hurt the team unless it is beyond his control. This was done on the inside so obviously he's confident that it sends a message without hurting the team. Killing two birds with one stone. Man you people are blind.
user avatar
blueboy82 months
I don't think O put that much thought into it, or is capable of doing so.
user avatar
LSU Patrick82 months
Little Boy Blue, go blow your horn somewhere else.
user avatar
olgoi khorkhoi82 months
Oh, cool.
Popular Stories
logoFollow TigerDroppings for LSU Football News
Follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to get the latest updates on LSU Football and Recruiting.

FacebookTwitterInstagram