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Former LSU defensive end Landon Jackson entered his name into the NCAA transfer portal last week and committed to Arkansas on Sunday.

Jackson, a former four-star pass rusher from Texarkana, TX (Pleasant Grove) appeared in five games this season.

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Can’t anyone transfer to somewhere not in the SECW?
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I was never impressed when I watched him play and I’m from the local area he’s from. I really think he knew he wasn’t gonna play next year at all and he wanted to play. He is not ready for LSU at all.
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I was never impressed when I watched him play and I’m from the local area he’s from. I really think he knew he wasn’t gonna play next year at all and he wanted to play. He is not ready for LSU at all.
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I saw him walking around the mall in Fayetteville. Meh!
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Well hes from texarkana so three places can be home
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Louisiana is only a mile from Texarkana. In them ole cotton fields back home.
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If Arkansas is home, why haven't you lived there? Why didn't you go there first?
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If you come in hurt and not at full strength, and give up after one season...that's just weak and you weren't committed in the first place
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Maybe we should send Verge Ausberry with him?
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Such an odd decision
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Boo this man
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He looks so much like Anthony Carrigan
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I thought the same thing the 1st time I saw him. They’re eerily similar, esp for such an odd & I guess unique look.
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Processed
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Its powder
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Good luck Calliou
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makes no sense...
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Sweet cameltoe in the last pic
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Be me. - Born in Texas. - Played HS football in Texas. - Go to LSU to play football. - Leave LSU. - Go to Arkansas to play football. - I'm "home"
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“Committed” That’s rich.
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Until half time of the first game when he doesn't shine enough to play.
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Arkansas???? Lol
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How'd LSU do against them this season?
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Oh here we go. Arkansas wins a game (luckily) and now it’s “how did LSU do this year”? Disregard the fact that Arkansas has never won the SEC in 30 years and LSU has a 20 game lead in the series and is 8-3 vs Arkansas in the last 11years. Arkansas is now a Powerhouse. Lol.
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There is always hope that MADD magazine has a comeback
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