LSU QB Flynn Game-Time Decision

Flynn's availability for the SEC championship will be a game-time decision

Nov. 30, 2007

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ATLANTA (Ticker) -- The availability of Louisiana State quarterback Matt Flynn for Saturday's Southeastern Conference championship against Tennessee will be a game-time decision, LSU coach Les Miles said Friday.

Flynn suffered a right shoulder injury in last week's 50-48 triple overtime loss to Arkansas that knocked LSU out of national championship contention.

The senior quarterback did participate in practice throughout the week.

"We'll take him to the field and see how he feels," Miles said.

"But if he's ready to play, we'll play him. If he's not, he'll watch. But I would expect that he may well play." If Flynn is unavailable, Miles will go with sophomore backup Ryan Perrilloux, who has not played in the Tigers' last four games.