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LSU's first practice of National Championship week on Wednesday afternoon in Baton Rouge saw the return of offensive guard Damien Lewis and wide receiver Terrace Marshall Jr.

Both players suffered injuries during the Peach Bowl and did not practice with the team last week.

Head coach Ed Orgeron said last week that he expects Marshall to be fine for the National Championship and did not rule out Lewis for the game.

LSU will practice again on campus Thursday and Friday and head to New Orleans Friday evening.

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CDawson53 months
Why in the world is that yellow end zone so black? Is the paint coming off?
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PrayingMantis53 months
It probably needs to be brushed. Pretty much how the SEC championship was. The rubber pellets can be uneven after use
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TommyDaTiger53 months
When do we leave for NOLA
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RBTiger53 months
FANTASTIC! When T Marshall/Chase & Jefferson = Best WR Trio CFB
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Snuffleupagus53 months
Marshall is 10x the threat that Racey is, imperative that he is back
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Mid Iowa Tiger53 months
We Comin!!!
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ColeLSU53 months
Marshall is important, bc theres no way to cover all 3 if he plays
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geaux8853 months
He is, but there is also Racey, Thad and CEH that must be accounted for in coverage. I'm glad Marshall is back though.
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LATECHgradLSUfan53 months
yaaaaaaaaaaaasssssss
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Ghost of Colby53 months
Great news
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