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Former LSU starting offensive tackle Dare Rosenthal announced Thursday that he is transferring to Kentucky.

Rosenthal, a 6-7, 327-pound junior from Ferriday, La., entered the transfer portal two weeks ago.

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atltiger648731 months
nice statement Dare “wrote.” /Sarcasm off/
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how33332 months
Good luck to him.
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hill durham32 months
Good luck stay clean
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soccerfüt32 months
Insert Afroman's "Because I Got High" lyrics anywhere in his announcement and they work well.
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Hangit32 months
New journey at University of Kush? Not to be blunt, but I think err'one sees through this.
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Havoc32 months
Stupid that there’s no consistency with the rules and testing.
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the LSUSaint32 months
Oh shut up. Comments like yours is just marinated in ignorance. Rules are clear...DONT DO IT Testing is clear...YOU WILL BE TESTED. We've been going thru this since AT LEAST TM7 That's as consistent as it gets
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Drizzt32 months
This makes drug testing a total joke. He can play at Kentucky immediately but would be suspended at LSU. Compliance is full of bozos.
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wesman2132 months
Agreed. If LSU would change their rules to Kentucky's, would he be able to play here? Or do you simply just have to change schools to reset the rules?
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wallowinit32 months
How does this happen that a starter on one SEC team can go directly to another SEC team and play immediately particularly after being busted for smoking weed or rather “violation of team policy “?
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ChicageauxDave32 months
Different team, May have same rules but hasn't peed dirty there yet
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HoustonGumbeauxGuy32 months
Kelvin Joseph going to UK was a wise decision for him
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voodooidotwo32 months
Wonder if he’s trading in his weed for Kentucky moonshine. Either way, good riddance dope head. Hope to see you get walked on all season. All the world handed to him and he couldn’t leave the drugs alone.
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irvchilichill132 months
Your an idiot. He smoked weed not crack. And he's worked for the "world to be handed to him." Its this stupid mindset of individuals who wannabe athletes, but couldnt, so now bash those that have the ability and opportunities, therefrom, that's causing players to not care about personal connections to the fans.
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voodooidotwo32 months
Whether or not it is weed or crack is not the point. He did something that was not just illegal but against team rules. He chose his path. And as far as talent, Cecil collins had all the talent in the world too. Where is he now? I say good riddance. One apple destroys the bunch.
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voodooidotwo32 months
And by the way douche bag, I busted my butt to get where I am in my career. I didn’t waste my time or talent by doing drugs. Why? Because I have an IQ score higher than 3. There is a reason he went to a second rate sec team. No one else will have him but bama. Since he was only caught with weed bama decided to pass
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Tiger198832 months
You didn’t leave, you got booted. Just keep lighting them up. Cheech and Chong has nothing on Joseph and Rosenthal
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CanebreakCajun32 months
No shite. Like he had a choice.
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homeless132 months
Joseph got drafted in the 2nd round
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mla010032 months
Had an opportunity to possibly compete for the CFB Playoffs but instead chose to go to a Basketball school and play a season of mediocrity with the Wildcats!?! Just don't understand this man's logic...
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MrKnowItAll32 months
Translation..... better wild bluegrass mountain weed in Kentucky.
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StizzyWizz32 months
That's actually true. Kentucky mountains are some of the best growing conditions for marijuana in the entire country.
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