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Stephen Lew-USA TODAY Sports
Head coach Brian Kelly spoke with the media following the 40-13 loss to Tennessee and provided an update on starting left tackle Will Campbell who did not play Saturday.

Kelly said that Campbell "had an episode" during Friday's walk-through and that EMS had to come to get him on the field.

They ruled out anything life-threatening, but Kelly thinks it was more than a dehydration issue but did not go into any further details.

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Scatback116 months
I hope the kid is fine.
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Scatback116 months
Sure.. When YOU see something like this, YOU can't help but see GOVT Conspiracy. I'll bet YOU see it in all four corners of YOUR flat earth.
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ItNeverRains17 months
Wonder if it resembles Savion Smith’s “episode”?
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js159117 months
Was he vaccinated? That is my only question.
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TaderSalad17 months
You bet he was. Tate forced that on everyone
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honeybadger0717 months
Screw the downvotes…

If you don’t see a correlation with all these young people having sudden “episodes” and what has been forced by our government on its young population then you are willfully choosing to ignore a very alarming rise in youth cardiac incidents.

With LSU’s nutritional program, I believe there is no way in hell they need EMS brought out onto the practice field during a walk through for “extreme dehydration”, these kids are monitored almost 24/7 with biometric data readings specific to them almost every day…only to then see a pic of Will in hospital with numerous monitors hooked up to his chest.

It has to be brought up in the convo as a possibility, if you say otherwise you have no basis of reality with what is actually going on with our population, especially our youth and young adults
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MyrtleBeachBayou17 months
Hopefully it’s an easy recovery; but, I thought hydration and nutrition were the big thing for the BK regime.
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LSUnatick17 months
Creatine without proper hydration?
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LSUsince7417 months
Wonder who'll be hurt in the Friday article right before game time
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GOP_Tiger17 months
The whole team had an episode today.
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Vernonbrew2217 months
Thank u sir. That was my fave of the week. Well stated and hope tigers show up in Gainesville
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Strannix17 months
Vaxxed and boosted
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Cshaw9117 months
Did will get the jab
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YMCA17 months
Anytime shite like this happens I automatically think about those fricking Covid vaccinations.
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SulphursFinest17 months
It’s insane how fast y’all can make something political
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TigerFanatic9917 months
He never said anything about politics. You're the one who said any mention of the vaccine is political.
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Melvin17 months
Well that’s because you’re stupid
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takemking17 months
tachycardia as a result of dehydration can look pretty scary. Let’s support one of our best lineman and I hope he’s back out there ASAP. It’s clear he was missed.
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DeafVallyBatnR17 months
Dang, is college pussy that powerful these days. I went at the wrong time then.
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TigerMan7917 months
If you struck out it wasn't because of the years that you went. Prolly other reasons.
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TKLSUMD17 months
Syncope?
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Areddishfish17 months
I've never heard "episode" used in a non heart attack or seizure
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DaBeerz17 months
A syncopal episode, fancy word for passing out
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HTX_Bengal17 months
Sounds like a seizure.
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Hurricane Mike17 months
Sounds like todays game
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Jalbow317 months
I had a seizure on 05/17/20 at almost 40. Never before or since, but if that's his situation, he needs a month to get mentally and physically right.
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