LSU loses another player in Anthony Bradford

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At this point, it feels like the list of players healthy is shorter than the injured list. On Monday, head coach Ed Orgeron announced that Anthony Bradford is unavailable for the rest of the season.

Bradford has played most of the season at left tackle filling in for Cam Wire. In six games he played a total of 212 snaps at left tackle, 45 at right guard, and two at right tackle. The sophomore appeared in six games this season, seven games in 2020, and three in 2019.

The 6’5″ 365-pound offensive lineman will look to work his way back to the field next season. Cam Wire is expected to be back against Alabama to resume his role as the left tackle for the LSU Tigers. It is just another massive hit on the injury front, as LSU has lost six starters on defense and one more on offense with Kayshon Boutte.

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