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LSU players ‘cannot breathe’ in full-face helmets

The LSU football team has introduced a face helmet for their players to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus during the pandemic, but the new “splash guards” are not going well with the players.

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Here’s how some players reacted after first trying the helmets in the team’s locker room.

WARNING: Tweets, videos contain NSFW language.

“I can’t breathe under this thing,” said LSU linebacker Soni Fonua.

“It’s like breathing in a Ziploc bag,” said attacking lineman Austin Deculus.

Here’s how Twitter responded to the shields:

The Southeastern Conference has announced that it will only play a 10-game schedule in 2020, with games starting on September 26.

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