Leonard Fournette will return to the field against Ole Miss on Saturday, but he won’t be handling the workload alone.

LSU will use a rotation of running backs even though Fournette “looks full speed,” interim coach Ed Orgeron said Wednesday during the SEC coaches teleconference. The junior has battled ankle injuries since the start of fall game, but sophomore Derrius Guice has proven to be more than capable of being the primary back during Fournette’s three-game absence.

Guice has rushed for 9.1 yards per carry and six touchdowns, providing Fournette-level ability in the three games the junior has missed. Darrel Williams (163 yards, two touchdowns) and Nick Brossette (113 yards) give the Tigers one of the deepest backfields in the country, and it looks like Orgeron will use them all against the Rebels.

No. 25 LSU (4-2, 2-1) hosts No. 23 Ole Miss (3-3, 1-2) at 9 p.m. ET Saturday on ESPN.