Notebook: LSU plans to star K.J. Malone at left tackle in the Citrus Bowl

By JAMES MORAN | Tiger Rag Associate Editor ORLANDO, Fla. — K.J. Malone is all the way back. The senior will return to the starting lineup at left tackle when LSU takes on Notre Dame in the Citrus Bowl on Monday afternoon, LSU coach Ed Orgeron announced Sunday. “I plan to start him,” Orgeron said […]
Via Tiger Rag
December 31, 2017

LSU football practice report: Arden Key absent, KJ Malone returns

BATON ROUGE, La. — LSU held its first practice for the Citrus Bowl on Tuesday afternoon with a very notable piece missing from action. Outside linebacker Arden Key, who missed LSU’s last two games, was not present at practice. Key had surgery to repair a broken right pinky two days after LSU’s season-ending win over Texas A&M. Key actually played four games with the broken pinky...
Via SEC Country
December 12, 2017

LSU tackle K.J. Malone returns to practice just in time for senior night

BATON ROUGE, La. — LSU tackle K.J. Malone isn’t making any guarantees. Malone has missed the better half of LSU’s season with an injury to the patella tendon in his left knee that was sustained in LSU’s win over Florida on Oct. 7. Since then, Malone hasn’t practiced or traveled with the team, let alone dressed out for a game. But this Saturday, in the senior’s last opportunity to...
Via SEC Country
November 20, 2017

LSU practice report: Arden Key, Donnie Alexander, KJ Malone return

BATON ROUGE, La. — A trio of Tigers who missed LSU’s game at Tennessee returned to practice on Monday, while quarterback Danny Etling is finding a way to deal with an injury of his own. Left tackle KJ Malone practiced for the first time since leaving the Florida game with what he describes as an “injured” patellar tendon. Malone is hoping to get on the field for senior day, though...
Via SEC Country
November 20, 2017

Practice report: Arden Key, Donnie Alexander and KJ Malone all return

By JAMES MORAN | Tiger Rag Associate Editor LSU appears to be getting healthier heading into it’s regular-season finale against Texas A&M. Linebackers Arden Key (knee) and Donnie Alexander (neck/shoulder) returned to practice Monday after missing LSU’s 30-10 victory over Tennessee. Key was sporting a brace on his right knee. Left tackle KJ Malone also […]
Via Tiger Rag
November 20, 2017

LSU tackle K.J. Malone set to return to practice; has eyes on return Saturday

Malone hasn't played since Oct. 7
Via The Times Picayune - LSU
November 20, 2017

“I can’t miss my last week” | KJ Malone still hoping to dress out for LSU on Senior Night

By JAMES MORAN | Tiger Rag Associate Editor KJ Malone isn’t ready to give up on his senior season quite yet. LSU’s left tackle has been out since the Florida game with a knee injury and remains “very questionable” to play in Saturday’s regular-season finale against Texas A&M, Ed Orgeron said Monday, but Malone hopes […]
Via Tiger Rag
November 20, 2017

No K.J. Malone, but LSU looking healthier at Wednesday's practice

No LSU player other than the quarterbacks was sporting a gold non-contact jersey
Via The Times Picayune - LSU
November 01, 2017

Veteran OL KJ Malone out vs. Auburn

LSU will be without a key offensive line Saturday against Auburn as K.J. Malone used crutches before the game and wore a brace on his left knee. Malone, a fifth-year senior, was listed questionable earlier in the week after he missed significant time last week against Florida, but returned in the second half. He’s expected to be replaced by true freshmen Saahdiq Charles. Injuries...
Via Saturday Down South
October 14, 2017

WATCH: LSU OL K.J. Malone discusses new offense under OC Matt Canada

LSU senior offensive tackle K.J. Malone talks about spring practice, including the direction of the offense under new offensive coordinator Matt Canada. Follow us on Twitter @lsutigertv Follow us on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/lsutigertv
Via LSU Tigers Athletics
March 28, 2017  |  Discuss

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