Jason Getz-USA TODAY Sports
Multiple sources are reporting that LSU running back Chris Curry has entered his name into the NCAA Transfer Portal.

Curry, who wore No. 18 for the Tigers, finished with just 145 yards on 45 carries this season. His departure leaves LSU with four scholarship running backs remaining who played last season.

The Tigers also signed four-star running back Corey Kiner and Armoni Goodwin last week.

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Can’t say anything negative about CC. I wish him the best wherever he may land.
Reply4 months
I wish him well. I haven't seen anything that would make me think I'll of him.
Reply4 months
But............dat hair.
Reply4 months
Thank you for the Peach Bowl
Reply4 months
Just couldn’t make the cut. He can go start for a D2 school...
Reply4 months
Just couldn’t make the cut. He can go start for a D2 school...
Reply4 months
Ran hard but had big trouble following blocks. Good luck to him in his future. I think with the right offense he will be fine.
Reply4 months
Myles next.
Reply4 months
hopefully
4 months
And yall were just praising him for being loyal lmaoooooo!!!
Reply4 months
He finished the season, queef.
4 months
Cant blam the kid. He didn’t opt out. He didn’t bitch and moan. He finished the season. Now he wants to leave, good luck to him.
4 months
When we had road graters last year he was great at hitting the hole hard, but this year he was pretty unable to adjust if the designed running lane was plugged. Good luck in the future, 18
Reply4 months
Good guy but we have better RBs. Best of luck to him unless it is against us.
Reply4 months
This is a decision I can respect. Good luck #18. Always a Tiger.
Reply4 months
How in the world did he earn #18?!? Didnt see it from him either performance or leadership-wise and now this. Smh
Reply4 months
Exactly, we have chosen bad #18's & 7's recently
4 months
I hate myself for asking but what the frick do you know about this kid leadership-wise?
4 months
He runs hard, but lacks in many ways.
Reply4 months
Some #18 he is
Reply4 months
Isn't #18 supposed to be for guys who represent LSU well? Someone who leads, doesn't bitch and moan, helps to keep the team together? Pretty sure he did all of that and more. He could have opted out when the writing was on the wall that he wasn't going to get much time, but he didn't. He finished the season before deciding to leave.
4 months
Wish him the best. He stuck it out for three years without much PT and was ready when called upon. He’ll will always be remembered for the playoff game, but we shouldn’t ever forget the last two games this year where LSU showed the heart of a champion. Would love to see him transfer to South Alabama.
Reply4 months
You will always be remembered as a TIGER who would not quit. Good fortune wherever you geaux and whatever you do.
Reply4 months
I'll always remember being in Atlanta when Curry made the so-called OU defense look silly. Thanks for being a Tiger and sticking it out!
Reply4 months
YMCA
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I’m completely fine with this. I hate to lose him, but I understand his decision. I give him even more credit for finishing what he started this season and not opting out/entering the transfer portal mid season bc things weren’t going well and he wasn’t getting much pt. Good luck #18.
Reply4 months
At least Chris stayed the entire year and showed his grit and determination for the Tiger in 2020. Best of luck to you young man.
4 months
Great teammate and great young man. Glad he got a Natty with LSU, good luck to him!!
Reply4 months
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