LSU injury report

Here are the following LSU players out, questionable and/or probable for this weekend's game against No. 1 Alabama.

Notable LSU players who could be out for this weekend's game against Alabama (courtesy of The New Orleans Times-Picayune's Randy Rosetta):

Out for the season:

--Left tackle Chris Faulk, running back Alfred Blue, defensive end Jordan Allen and wide receiver Travin Dural all sustained season-ending knee injuries, and outside linebacker Kwon Alexander is also out for the year with an ankle injury.

Could miss game:

--Right guard Josh Williford got a concussion in the Florida game and hasn't played since. He is questionable.

--Right tackle Alex Hurst (personal issues) has been out since the South Carolina game and Tigers head coach Les Miles hasn't given any indication if he'll return.

Probable:

--Safety Eric Reid bruised his sternum when he fell on someone's cleat in the South Carolina game.

--Center P.J. Lonergan, nagging back pain.

--Offensive guard Josh Dworaczyk, calf.

--Outside linebacker Luke Muncie, illness.

--Fullback J.C Copeland, ankle.

It's also noteworthy that Faulk, Hurst and Williford were ALL starters on the offensive line. Their replacements: at right guard, redshirt freshman Trai Turner and at right tackle, true freshman Vadal Alexander. Williford might be back for this game.


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