Tape It Up: LSU: Dorsey On His Way Out?

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LSU: Dorsey On His Way Out?

LSU is in an early 7-0 hole against conference foe Auburn, and the Tigers are suddenly scrambling on defense, as star defensive tackle Glenn Dorsey has left the field with a hamstring injury. He was grabbing at his left thigh through the first series of the game, during which Auburn methodically marched downfield to score a quick first touchdown, and hobbled to the sideline where trainers attempted to stretch him out. After putting in a few minutes on the exercise bike, Dorsey was sent to the locker room to have the injury taken care of, which is hopefully more of a cramp than a pull.

That injury appeared to be short-lived, however, as Dorsey returned to the field for the next series in time to deliver a bruising sack to Auburn quarterback Brandon Cox. That high-step on the celebration afterwards didn't seem to hurt too much, either, but everyone's eyes will be on No. 72 for the rest of this one.

Late in the fourth quarter, Dorsey was diagnosed as having a sprained left knee. More updates will be posted as they become available.

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