BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) -LSU backup quarterback Andrew Hatch is trying to recover from a leg injury and it is unclear how much action he may miss.
``We are trying to get him back on the field as soon as possible,'' LSU head coach Les Miles said Tuesday night. ``Right now, we are just taking it day by day.''
Hatch was injured in LSU's game against Georgia on Saturday.
Hatch, a redshirt sophomore, started LSU's first three games, but was sidelined by a concussion in the Tigers' third game at Auburn and redshirt freshman Jarrett Lee has started since.
Still, Hatch has routinely played in a platoon system since his return from the concussion. He has played in six of LSU's seven games this season, passing for 282 yards and a pair of scores. He also has 129 yards and two touchdowns rushing.
LSU's next game is at home this Saturday night against Tulane.

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