LSU running back Leonard Fournette sprained his ankle during the team’s scrimmage on Tuesday.
LSU running back Leonard Fournette sprained his ankle during the team’s scrimmage on Tuesday, head coach Les Miles told reporters.
Fournette had to wear a walking boot as a result, but Miles called the sprain "slight" and clarified that it was not a high ankle sprain.
He was injured running up the middle during LSU’s intra-squad play after a tackler fell on his leg, Miles explained. There is no timetable for Fournette’s return at present.
Fournette, a junior, is one of the favorites for this year’s Heisman Trophy after a massive sophomore season in which he set LSU records for rushing yards and touchdowns. His backup is sophomore Derrius Guice.