White, LaCouture, Moore, Mills all should be ready for Alabama Chuck Cook USA TODAY Sports
LSU is taking full advantage of its bye week ahead of next Saturday's monumental clash with fierce rival Alabama.
According to head coach Les Miles on Tuesday, he is hopeful defensive tackle Christian LaCouture, defensive back Tre'Davious White, and fullback J.D. Moore can all participate in practice starting next Monday.
The trio are incredibly integral when speaking about LSU's team. A starter up front along the defensive line, LaCouture will be tasked with slowing down the vaunted Alabama rushing attack led running back Derrick Henry.
J.D. Moore is a vital cog in LSU's ground-game. He's been one of the more consistent members of the entire team, and has a done a terrific job of opening running lanes for Leonard Fournette.
White is the team's most dangerous returner on special teams, and is a leader within the secondary.
The absence of all three could pose serious problems for the Tigers in their matchup with the Crimson Tide. Miles can only hope the trio gets healthy as quickly as possible.
(h/t The Advocate)