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Former LSU quarterback Lindsey Scott Jr. made his debut for East Mississippi Community College on Thursday night, leading his team to a 47-34 win over Jones County Junior College.

Scott reportedly threw for 535 yards with five touchdowns. Per The Meridian Star:
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“You definitely have to get back in the groove of things since it’s been a while since I’ve played a football game live, and I’ve learned a lot of things on my journey to this field,” Scott Jr. said. “But it feels really good to get back on the field. I told someone else it’s like Christmas morning — I get to wake up and play football. All glory to God. This is really exciting.”
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Nothing but best wishes for him and I would love to see him playing for Harvard. But that clip looked like a high school game. Taking nothing away from Scott, but nothing there shows anything noteworthy.
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AA ball. Meh.
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Good but remember this about like 6A football he is playing
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Good for him. This guy helped LSU out of jam that year with QB recruiting. He was loyal and I wish him nothing but the best.
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We let the best quarterback on our roster walk out the door. This guy is going to have a great career
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Chill, Paco. It's Community College. Pretty sure any of our qb's could throw for 400 yards against that competition.
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Good for him!????????
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Kirk Merritt looks like he got over his jock itch. LINK /
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Quarterback Lindsey Scott Jr., who arrived in Scooba from LSU two weeks ago and hadn’t started a game since 2015, threw for 418 yards and four touchdowns. He also ran for 54 yards and threw two interceptions
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I read the Meridian newspaper and it said 4 TD's not 5 and 418 yards not 535
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Oh well that's different…
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Wish the multi-talented guy the best! Unless he plays against LSU in which case the worst just for that day, then back to the best!
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?? that moment when you say "What could have been"
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I hope no one actually believes this. Really shows how dumb the LSU fan base really is.
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What could have been? They kid is throwing in the JUCO leagues. That's like saying that if I can absolutely run over my kids peewee football league I should be in the NFL.
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Shunned Louisiana boy with high IQ making good.....Look for Dan Mullen to pick him up and make another Louisiana bred Dak
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fm33 this guy learned a new offense in 2 weeks, throws for 400+ yards and 4 touchdowns and you choose to shite on it? WOW! Did you sst the same abiut Mett's accomplishment in JC? I dont recall anyone downplaying his stats which were cited as proof we were getting a great QB.
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I wouldn't be shocked if this kid becomes another Russell Wilson. Sometimes if life you just need people to believe in you and give you a chance.
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I would be shocked if this kid wins a Super Bowl
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Hopefully after one year there, he transfers to Harvard and wrecks the Ivy before going pro.
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Good for him. And after seeing him play it ought to make you feel better about our qb situation considering there were several guys ahead of him
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15 yard pass. That receiver did all the work yards after catch
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Goddammit! I'm from Zachary and have rooting for this kid to play at LSU for a while
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I think there were 4 TD passes. Beautiful tear drop in the corner of the endzone in 1st quarter
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Happy for him
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this kid had a chance to get a harvard education 2 years ago...and now he's at a juco? Where are his priorities?
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i've wondered about this too. the nfl finds talent. if he did well at harvard, he'd get a shot at the nfl.
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It could be that he's been groomed to do what he does, and so happens to be extremely intelligent. But its clear where his priorities are.
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I think the kid was groomed to do what he does. Comes from money, and a lot of smart people directing him.
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i hate to say it, but he looks exactly like the dan mullen prototype..
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Question remains. Was he given a legitimate shot and the QB spot based on talent alone, or did politics run him off?
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Not a question any more. We got our QB of the future, and Scott made a move that was probably better for him.
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