LSU's Boutte carted off in loss to Kentucky
The star wide receiver made an incredible grab along the sideline before remaining on the ground due to an apparent lower-body issue. Boutte also rolled his ankle in the opening quarter, according to Scott Rabalais of The Advocate.
The standout sophomore entered play on Saturday with 30 catches for 436 yards and nine touchdowns this season. Boutte then registered eight catches for 73 yards prior to leaving versus the Wildcats.
A lengthy absence for LSU's best offensive player would be crushing, as the team is already without star defensive back Derek Stingley due to a foot injury.