By: Terrill J. Weil
Da Boot Sports!
The LSU football team received some great news today. It's been reported that Neil Farrell has returned to the LSU practice facility and has planned to opt back in for the 2020 football season. Farrell played in all 15 games last season for the Tigers, and was a driving force on defense as he totaled 46 tackles and 3 sacks. His return will help boost the LSU defensive front which had taken a huge blow to it's starting lineup and depth when both Farrell and Tyler Shelvin decided to opt out due to coronavirus concerns.
Farrell decided to opt out back on August 8th after his grandmother became ill with the virus and needed to be hospitalized. "My grandmother Is getting better each and every day & I thank God for that ..... I miss football" .... Farrell twitted back on September 10th.
LSU will kickoff their season against Mississippi State on September 26th in Tiger Stadium at 2:30pm.
12 Days Until Kickoff!