Several LSU players injured in Ala. game
BATON ROUGE - LSU coach Les Miles says strong safety Brandon Taylor could be a "long-term loss" after he suffered a foot injury Saturday and left to undergo an X-ray.
Miles said left cornerback Morris Claiborne is day-to-day after taking a knee to the helmet, possibly resulting in a concussion.
Right tackle Alex Hurst left the game with a leg injury and returned to the field with a protective boot on his foot.
Miles said he is also day-to-day and is doubtful for Saturday's game against Louisiana-Monroe.
Right guard T-Bob Hebert also left the game with an unspecified injury.