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Add Ware, Wing To LSU’s Departure List

mrsec-breaking-newsRunning back Spencer Ware and punter Brad Wing are the latest LSU football players to declare for the NFL draft.

The school announced that Ware and Wing, along with cornerback Tharold Simon, will leave LSU early. Linebacker Kevin Minter and safety Eric Reid have also declared for the draft.

Ware, who finished fourth in rushing for LSU in 2012, leaves behind a crowded backfield that includes Jeremy Hill, Kenny Hilliard and Michael Ford.

Wing is bypassing his final two years of eligibility. His LSU career ended with a suspension from the Chick-fil-A Bowl after he reportedly failed a drug test.

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LSU’s Loss To Florida? Oy, It Was So Humid!

When it comes to goofy excuses, a team from Louisiana claiming humidity in Florida hurt its chances of winning is way up near the top of the list.  Anyone who’s ever been to South Louisiana in August — when LSU goes through preseason drills — knows that the air is as thick as the jambalaya.  I once went to a July convention in New Orleans and walking out my hotel onto the street at 9am was like walking into a wall of gelatin.

Still, for LSU players, they’re saying the humidity got to them in Gainesville on Saturday.  Yep, you can apparently chalk up Florida’s 14-6 win over the Tigers to the weather.

Now, the average October humidity in Florida ranges from about 71% in Pensacola to 79% in Jacksonville.  The average October humidity in Baton Rouge is 73%.  And last Saturday in Gainesville the temperatures were in the 80s to boot.  So it’s a little hard to grasp the weather excuse that a few Tigers are tossing out there.

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