LSU defense keeps positive by ‘cherpin each other’

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AUSTIN, TX – SEPTEMBER 07: Keaontay Ingram #26 of the Texas Longhorns is stopped short of the goal line by the LSU Tigers defense in the firt quarter at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium on September 7, 2019 in Austin, Texas. (Photo by Tim Warner/Getty Images)

BATON ROUGE, La. While LSU’s football season has not gone as planned, the Tigers are making the best of their 4-6 season.

“Bro chill! Like chill! He (Damone Clark) will get into it and he’ll get into it anytime. Micha (Baskerville) you see someone he has tackled on the sideline and he done pushed somebody out of bounds. I promise you if you look at his mouth he’s talkin’,” said Clemson transfer linebacker Mike Jones Jr.

“Yeah we all talk a little trash, but it just makes the game more fun a little bit,” added LSU senior linebacker Micha Baskerville.

“They have great personalities and are super competitive guys. I love playing with those guys,” Jones added. “When they hit you, they will let you know.”

“When we’re on this field, we’re like different people. I feel like we have to be more vocal and stuff so while we’re on the field, we’re more vocal,” explained Baskerville. “We talk. We do what we’ve gotta do, but after that, we’re back to ourselves.”

LSU has two regular-season games left — one of them being ULM on Saturday, November 20. The Tigers will have to win both games to be bowl-eligible.

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