After taking a break from practice for Media Day on Tuesday, the LSU Tigers returned to the grind of two-a-days when they hit the practice field a little before 9 a.m. Wednesday.
Coach Les Miles got the workout off to an intense start by beginning with a “Big Cat” drill in which two players go mano a mano. Nine such drills took place after reporters were let in to practice and most players seem to give as good as they got.
Freshman wide receiver Jarvis Landry was not wearing the walking cast that he had been wearing on his injured right foot. Landry and fellow wide receiver Armand Williams, who has been slowed by a minor hamstring strain, worked on route-running and conditioning under the supervision of members of the medical staff.
Other members of the medical staff also checked on defensive end Sam Montgomery under a tent. Montgomery left individual drills because of what appeared to be a heat-related issue. After being checked for a few minutes, Montgomery went back to work.
The Tigers are scheduled to practice again Wednesday afternoon at their indoor facility.