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Head Coach Will Wade is expected to announce the transfer of 6-7 forward Jeremy Combs from North Texas to LSU, according to sources at a Denton, TX media outlet:
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Former North Texas basketball standout Jeremy Combs will transfer and play his senior season at LSU. A source close to the situation said that LSU is expected to announce the move later today.
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Combs will graduate from UNT this summer and will be immediately eligible at LSU.
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Combs averaged 14.9 points and 10.5 rebounds per game as a sophomore. Injuries plagued his junior season.
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I don't see where this signing has anything to do with the development of Elbert. Can't understand the comments. Haven't even had practice yet. Keep it rolling, Coach Wade!
Reply6 months
FINAL FOUR
Reply6 months
Final Four
Reply6 months
Bye Bye to Elbert I guess
Reply6 months
Why cant Will Wade develope EBR III?
6 months
Damn, looking at his stats and he has never shot under 55% from the field in his college career, and actually shot 60% his soph. year. Next season might be better than we thought.
Reply6 months
Doesn't he have to sit out one?
6 months
Nah baw
6 months
pretty solid statistics for sure! doesn't have to sit out if he has graduated.
6 months
I love the direction of our basketball program. Defiantly on the incline.
Reply6 months
Sigh...
6 months
Definitely defiant.
6 months
I think it is compliantly on the incline
6 months
Finally getting a couple big men
Reply6 months
6'7" "bigman"?
6 months
If there's a Will theres a Wade! Let's Geaux
Reply6 months
John Ritter is rolling over in his grave.
6 months
OutStanding!!!
Reply6 months
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