LSU players ‘can’t breathe’ in full-face helmet shields

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

Here’s how some of the players reacted after trying on the helmets for the first time inside the team’s locker room.

WARNING: Tweets, videos contain NSFW language.

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

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

Here’s how Twitter reacted to the shields:

The Southeastern Conference has announced it will play a 10-game conference only schedule in 2020 with games scheduled to start on Sept. 26.

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