Clyde Edwards-Helaire on the field
ATLANTA - LSU running back, Clyde Edwards-Helaire, was not expected to play in this Saturday's game due to a hamstring injury last Tuesday, but officials say there's a chance he may be back in the game.
On Monday, Coach Orgeron was non-committal about whether or not Edwards-Helaire would be able to play on Saturday.
But in a Tuesday morning press conference, it was announced that the running back may be able to take to the field for the playoff game.
Experts say it typically takes two weeks to recover from a hamstring injury and it remains to be seen whether or not Edwards-Helaire will actively join his teammates in facing off against the Oklahoma Sooners.
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