New Orleans, Louisiana 2021-09-15 12:45:00 –
Coach Ed Orgeron said LSU is likely to play in central Michigan this weekend without two defensive starters.
Orgelon said Wednesday that defensive end senior Ali Gaye “cannot play” in the second straight match.
Ward was injured in the first half of his loss to UCLA in the opening round of the LSU season. Bruins punted three straight possessions before he left the game.
“I hope he will be there by next week,” Orgelon said. “It’s every day now. He’s very suspicious this week. Probably Mississippi and I’m not sure of that yet.”
The clock ticked in the second half of the second quarter, and Ed Orgeron fluttered his arm. After two straight passes get the first down, Orgelon Yale …
When Ward recovered, he didn’t change into an LSU match against McNeese State University last weekend. In the absence of him and graduate student Todd Harris Jr., graduate student Cameron Lewis departed safely. He recorded a loss of 1.5 tackles and half a sack.
Lewis has a chance to reopen on Saturday night, as does sophomore Jordan Tolls.
“I think Cam Lewis did a good job, and so did Jordan Tolls,” Orgelon said. “They will both have to play and do a good job. They have had a good week of practice. They will be challenged, but I think they are heading for the challenge.”
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