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LSU head coach Ed Orgeron, right, acknowledges the fans as LSU comes down Victory Hill before their homecoming football game against Troy Saturday Sept. 30, 2017, in Baton Rouge, La..

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LSU's two running backs and its starting defensive end are expected to play at Florida, though they could be limited, coach Ed Orgeron said during his radio show Wednesday night. 

Derrius Guice remains "questionable," but the coach said he believes his junior tailback will play Saturday when the Tigers (3-2, 0-1 SEC) play at the No. 21 Gators (3-1, 3-0 SEC). He's practiced "very well," but is still suffering from soreness. He appeared to hurt his left knee against Mississippi State on Sept. 16, and he missed last week's loss to the Trojans. 

Guice's senior backup, Darrel Williams, injured his ankle late in the loss to Troy, but "he's going to give us limited snaps," the coach said. Rashard Lawrence, a sophomore and key member on the Tigers' defensive line, "is going to be limited. Lawrence is battling ankle injuries. Like Guice, he's practiced the last three days. 

"He practiced again today but is very sore the next day," Orgeron said of Lawrence. 

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