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Lsualum2017
Member since Apr 2018
1599 posts

Why are LSU players on the Brown always hurt?
Is there a curse? Look at this week Greedy, Delpit, Phillips are all out, Jarvis is questionable and Odell is always hurt. Maybe it’s the Browns training staff, they do have a lot of injured players.
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PenguinPubes
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Frozen Tundra
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re: Why are LSU players on the Brown always hurt?
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Browns


There’s your answer


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LSUdude247
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re: Why are LSU players on the Brown always hurt?
Its the Browns

Everybody is always hurt.


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BlackAngus
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The Upper Room
Member since Jan 2020
276 posts

re: Why are LSU players on the Brown always hurt?
Something in the water baw


LSUcam7
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DaBeerz
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Ellic
Member since Sep 2004
13579 posts

re: Why are LSU players on the Brown always hurt?
No Shelly or jack


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The Boat
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Member since Oct 2008
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re: Why are LSU players on the Brown always hurt?
On the brown? Reminds me of PP7 having to into the locker room every game to take a poo


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Geauxldninja
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Member since May 2018
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re: Why are LSU players on the Brown always hurt?
OBJ doesn’t drink water. I can’t believe that is a true statement but it is..


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Swamp Angel
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Lawrenceville, GA
Member since Jul 2004
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re: Why are LSU players on the Brown always hurt?
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Why are LSU players on the Brown always hurt?


Dude, if you were stuck in a contract that forced you to reside in Cleveland for a significant portion of the year, you'd try damned near anything (including physical injury) to get out of it too, wouldn't you?

Previous replies seem to indicate that I'm not wrong here.


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Peepdip
Member since Aug 2016
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re: Why are LSU players on the Brown always hurt?
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OBJ doesn’t drink water.
For real??


GetBackToWork
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Nado Jenkins83
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Land of the Free
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Geauxldninja
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Member since May 2018
301 posts

re: Why are LSU players on the Brown always hurt?
Not entirely true, he drinks it but not much because he doesn’t like it hence he’s always needing IVs.


TBoy@LSU
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re: Why are LSU players on the Brown always hurt?
Because nobody goes on vacation to Cleveland


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216 Tailback
Citadel Fan
Westlake, LA
Member since Aug 2020
53 posts

re: Why are LSU players on the Brown always hurt?
Those pics look like the Orleans Avenue Canal entry way into Lake Pontchartrain.


tubucoco
las vegas, nevada
Member since Oct 2007
32203 posts

re: Why are LSU players on the Brown always hurt?
To think that city used to be the leading southern city in the 20th century at one time. Those days are loong gone now, you can't get a fortune 500 company to HQ down there. The streets are, well, I'm not gone go there and all of this was going on before Katrina.
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tigerpawl
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Can't get there from here.
Member since Dec 2003
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re: Why are LSU players on the Brown always hurt?
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OBJ doesn’t drink water.
So when did Odell get out the time out chair for that stunt he pulled after the NC game? He will always be a classless, narcissistic, hedonistic thug. How quickly we forget.


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