Ed Orgeron says LSU Tigers can't hold football practice due to number of injuries

LSU's Ed Orgeron reaffirms his support for the future of the program, while discussing the adjustments that the Tigers need to make. (1:31).
Coach Ed Orgeron explained to reporters that the LSU Tigers are so short of players due to injuries that they won't be able hold full football practice Wednesday.

Orgeron stated that the previously scheduled Thursday scrimmage won't take place.

LSU has the week off before it travels to play No. After losing to Ole Miss last weekend, 4 Alabama fell to 4-4 on Nov. 6.

LSU and Orgeron had agreed to part ways two weeks ago.

Orgeron will be paid $16.9m.

However, injuries have sidelined many of the Orgeron-led team.

Myles Brennan, Quarterback, was injured in a fight with Max Johnson in spring for the starting position.

Anthony Bradford, safety Major Burns and defensive ends Ali Gaye, Andre Anthony and Andre Anthony were among the many injuries sustained since then. Also, cornerbacks Derek Stingley Jr., and Eli Ricks have been injured.

Kayshon Boutte was once tied for the most receiving touchdowns on the FBS. However, he was also injured and had to be replaced.

John Emery, who was expected to share running back's starting duties, was unable to play due to eligibility issues and is not expected this season.

LSU still has four regular season games.

Orgeron stated that he would continue to coach the bowl game if LSU accepts the invitation.