LSU offensive lineman Josh Williford is likely done for the season due to lingering effects from his concussion suffered in early October.
It looks as though LSU won't get a boost to its offensive line with the return of right guard Josh Williford, as Randy Rosetta of The New Orleans Times-Picayune reported, via Twitter, that Williford is likely done for the season due to a concussion suffered Oct. 6.
Rosetta reports that Williford is still dealing with lingering effects from the concussion, and says that a "couple" of sources confirm that Williford will be out for the remainder of the season.
It was originally thought that Williford might play against Alabama following a practice Oct. 31, but he regressed and signs of his concussion were still evident, and he did not suit up for that game on Nov. 3, which ended in a 21-17 loss for the Tigers.
Williford suffered the concussion in the second quarter against Florida Oct. 6.
Redshirt freshman Trai Turner has started and played well in Williford's absence.