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Link Gumbo - 11/14/14

A round-up of the latest news and notes from the last week

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Source: LSU running back Kenny Hilliard to miss rest of regular season | Sports | The Advocate — Baton Rouge, Louisiana - It seems Hilliard's shoulder injury in the Bama game is more severe than originally thought. If he can't make it back for the bowl, Hilliard's LSU career is finished.

LSU student assistant Ronald Dupree brings NBA experience while finishing degree - The Daily Reveille - Former LSU basketball player Ronald Dupree's career is coming full circle. After playing for LSU from 99-03, and having a career that's stretched from the NBA to across Europe and in Asia, he's returning as a student assistant as he finishes his degree.

Basketball runs deep for Keith Hornsby, his Grammy-winning father Bruce and the entire Hornsby clan - Basketball - After being forced to sit out a year after transferring, Keith Hornsby is ready to finally get back on the court in competitive action. And there's plenty of love for basketball in the Hornsby family.

Birthday on the Bayou: The LSU Faithful Live On After a Loss; Plus, a Q&A With Traditional Scorpio Les Miles " - The always terrific Holly Anderson writes about her experience this past weekend at the LSU-Alabama game

Faucheux cut, Andrew Mitchell leaves team | Line Drives - After over a month of fall ball practice, we're seeing some moves with the LSU baseball roster. Andrew Mitchell is transferring to Delgado Community College, and senior reliever Henri Faucheaux has been cut.

MULE': What hath Skipper wrought? Immense crowds - Football - Pretty interesting piece on all the traffic issues that continue to plague post-games at Tiger Stadium, even more so now with 102,000 people potentially being packed in there.

Wednesdays With Les: Hilliard day-to-day, Talkin’ the cold, recovering from Bama | Tiger Tracks - Miles opinion on Hilliard now seems to have been a bit optimistic. There's some other stuff in here from Les' 3 separate media sessions on Wednesday, particularly some great comments about playing in the cold.

Gold sweeps Purple-Gold series with 4-3 win Sunday - LSU Baseball - The Gold team took LSU's Purple-Gold World Series, which culminated fall practice.

LSU linebacker Kendell Beckwith says his hamstring is "pretty sore," but he expects to play against Arkansas | Sports | The Advocate — Baton Rouge, Louisiana - Beckwith did make a return during the Alabama game and looked okay, but it sounds like he was playing banged up. Looks like he'll soldier on again this weekend.