LSU defensive back Jacoby Stevens spoke to the media on Monday and talked about how coach Orgeron wasn't too thrilled when quarterback Joe Burrow got hit in practice by the defense.

Burrow, who is dealing with a minor injury, did not scrimmage with the team on Saturday.

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I thought Connie Shockner was protecting the QB?
Reply7 days
So these guys are dumb enough to hit the one guy one the field with a green or red jersey on, but smart enough to pass classes at LSU?? Please....
Reply7 days
How stupid do you have to be to light up your quarterback in practice? I mean, that is verging on mentally handicapped.
Reply7 days
Coach about tell the Oline not to let your quarterback get hit....
Reply7 days
The real question is, how bad is our O-Line???
Reply8 days
The best o-lines in the country will have at least one sack allowed. Also, our d-line must be doing good things if they are getting through.
7 days
So who hit him?
Reply8 days
Divinity. Divinity is going to have a great year, but please don’t hit Burrow lol. The other teams will do that enough.
8 days
I was at the spring practice, Jacoby Stevens hit him first. Next play Patrick Queen hit him even harder. Started quite a ruckus.
7 days
LSU can't afford for Burrow to get hurt, an SEC and national title are within LSU's grasp.
Reply8 days
Good attitude. Keep him healthy, Jacoby!
Reply8 days
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