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Oklahoma wide receiver CeeDee Lamb, who was actually born in Opelousas, Louisiana and grew up wanting to play in the purple and gold, now says he has something to prove playing against the Tigers this Saturday in the Peach Bowl.

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Is he really blaming LSU for him choosing to attend Oklahoma?
Reply2 months
He was offered by LSU. He passed and went to Oklahoma. Why does he have something to prove? And good luck, stingley will eat you alive tomorrow
Reply2 months
Wiki says born in texas
Reply2 months
He is slow, but able to get separation. He runs between a 4.5 and 4.6. He generates YAC and plays similar to Jeudy. Our DB's speed should be enough to negate him.
Reply2 months
Kids a gamer tho. He will play well...but one good wr wont beat LSU
2 months
4.5 is slow by Opelousas standards. Devery ran like a 4.2
2 months
Another great matchup for Sting. Keeping Lamb with only 100 yards and 1 TD would be fine by me
Reply2 months
Lamb plays the slot majority of the time
2 months
I saw him play a Texas high playoff game and it was so obvious how good he was. That said, 1 catch for 4 yards Saturday
Reply2 months
Not surprising. Opelousas is full of athletes
Reply2 months
Sounds like he chose poorly
Reply2 months
Talented guy,need to wrap him up and stay on him like flies on shite. All choklahoma has is CD lamb and Jalen. That's pretty much the whole team. And should be a blow out once those guys are contained
Reply2 months
Whiner.
Reply2 months
From the Big O, probably related
Reply2 months
Well, he did have an offer from LSU.
Reply2 months
Damn I wish we had him this year. Kids a Michael Thomas clone.
Reply2 months
He’s 5’10. Thomas is 6’4, 220
2 months
Ceedee is 6’3” and MT is 6’3” dumbass
2 months
He might prove something, unfortunately for him, no one else on his team will be able to prove anything.
Reply2 months
That's pretty cool.
Reply2 months
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