Andrew Wevers / LSU Athletics
During Wednesday SEC Coaches Teleconference, Ed Orgeron said that LSU fullback/tight end Tory Carter has been reinstated and will be available for the Alabama game on Saturday. Carter did not play vs. Texas A&M last week.

Orgeron also said that safety Mo Hampton is ready to go after missing the last two games.

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@houstongumbeauxguy Why would you sit him? Its apparent he's been playing with a nagging injury. But still managed to put up good numbers. Y'all talk too much
Reply2 months
And he had some covid issues. You can help by minding your business & by trying to stay positive lol
2 months
But will Saban make the trip to his favorite place to coach, before gumpville...
Reply2 months
Tory seems to be everything that embodies the #18 jersey. Not sure why he didn’t get it.
Reply2 months
What in the hell was he out for if he had to be re-instated? COVID?
Reply2 months
Bet the gumps are scared now!
Reply2 months
Let Mo sir. He hasn’t done shite against mediocre teams.
Reply2 months
* sit
2 months
Perfect we should definitely win this game now
Reply2 months
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