OXFORD, Miss. (AP) -Mississippi coach Ed Orgeron reinstated defensive end Greg Hardy for the game against top-ranked LSU on Saturday.
Hardy was suspended two weeks ago for violating team rules and missed two games.
``He has done everything that we've asked him to do over the last two weeks, so we are going to reinstate him on the team,'' Orgeron said Monday. ``He will be at practice today, so we're excited about that and we expect him to do very well with us.''
Hardy was suspended before the game at Auburn on Oct. 27. Orgeron said Hardy didn't do anything illegal and attended classes and tutoring sessions during his suspension.
Despite sitting out, Hardy remains the Southeastern Conference leader in sacks (1.00 per game), tackles for loss (1.94) and forced fumbles (0.38).
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