LSU landed a big win at Vanderbilt, 66-38, but along the way, the Tigers sustained several injuries.

Coach Ed Orgeron shared an update on the injured players following the win in which QB Joe Burrow threw a school-record six touchdowns as the Tigers improved to 4-0, while Vanderbilt fell to 0-3. LSU improved to 12-5 all-time in Nashville.

LSU lost some key players to injury, including LB Michael Divinity and WR Terrace Marshall. Marshall was seen with a boot on his left foot and on crutches after the game. He left the game in the second half. Divinity also wore a boot on his left leg.

The Tigers enter their off week with about seven starters dealing with injuries.

Here’s what Orgeron told reporters after the game, including Brody Miller of The Athletic and Cody Worsham of LSU Sports:

  • “I’m sure I’ll feel a little different tomorrow. But I’m feeling great right now to win a football game.”
  • “it doesn’t look good” for now on Terrace Marshall. “Pretty significant” for Divinity. Jefferson “will be okay.”
  • “We can’t make any excuses about” missed tackles and missed assignments on defense.
  • “I think there’s many more to come.” on Derek Stingley’s interception
  • There were 32,000 fans at Vanderbilt. Orgeron is asked how many he thinks were LSU fans. “It seemed like 31,000.”
  • Orgeron said there are some different tackling drills he wants to try at practice. Also said one of the big runs allowed was Justin Thomas jumping into the wrong gap.