A true Tiger fan would not support anyone who was an embarrassment to himself, his family his teammates and his fan base. He chose drugs over being a responsible young man, he would get his arse kicked in "Seal training" .
He would have his arse kicked in combat. But hope he has learned a valuable lesson, again his name will not be spoken with LSU in my words.
Yeah.. whoever said this is not a true fan of human beings..
Tyrann brought 2 years of some of the most exciting football ever to this university. He was extremely crucial to LSU going undefeated in 2011's regular season (as a true sophomore.) He has never bad mouthed the university. Yes he had his own personal struggle with something he could have gotten away with at almost any other college besides LSU.. but the team rules are the rules and he broke them and had to pay the consequence..
However, a true Tiger fan should be thankful for all he did while at LSU and all he continues to do for the university. He has stayed true to LSU since, which is huge in the perception of many around St. Augustine & New Orleans area that both LSU and Tyrann parted on such great terms.
How could you not root for nothing but the best for him? Be thankful for the years he did give to LSU.. otherwise you are just being a bitter a-hole. He was never a bad guy for a personal struggle with drugs. He clearly needed help and better direction. Hopefully he has finally found it. Unless you go through exactly what another person has, you truly have no idea what it is like.. and even if you have.. you still have no idea because you aren't them. We are all human. He has had nothing but respect and appreciation for LSU since his removal. As a Tiger fan, I am proud of our former LSU tiger, Tyrann Mathieu.