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Ross Delleneger with The Advocate is reporting that LSU sophomore defensive ends Deondre Clark and Sione Teuhema both traveled to Starkville with the team this afternoon for the Tigers matchup against Mississippi State on Saturday.


Clark and Teuhema did not dress out for the season opener last Saturday and coach Les Miles said the decision was "performance based" when he met wit the media earlier this week.
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Of course they traveled. We need depth at their position. This is a pivotal game for us.
Reply68 months
I got hammered for saying that tk watch out
Reply68 months
Like I said on the Rant, Les was probably just trying to light a fire under their asses.
Reply68 months
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