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Jason Getz-USA TODAY Sports
Former LSU running back Chris Curry announced Wednesday that he will be transferring to Utah to finish his college career.

Curry, who wore No. 18 for the Tigers in 2020, finished with just 145 yards on 45 carries this past 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 during the early signing period in December.


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Good luck!
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Best of luck young man. TYFYS!
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Tear it up!
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I wish him the best. I liked him.
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Good luck and I hope it works out.
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Chris Curry TYFYS. Good luck at Utah.
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I thought he was very good... good luck at Utah...
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Helluva back. Runs hard. Came up strong in the Natty run.
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Nothing but the best for Chris Curry. He's a guy that came in, competed hard, was patient, and then left the right way. Much respect.
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He’ll do well there. He is a good back, just for whatever reason never got to shine for extended periods.
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What a legit kid. Good luck man.
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He's a champion. Will not forget the Oklahoma game. TYFYS.
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Tear it up, runbaw. Best of luck and thank you for bringing your talents here!!!
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Best of luck. You earned it
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Quality have been a quality young man. Keep up the good work. Godspeed to you, son. Get that piece of paper too.
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Hope he has a terrific season. Great asset to LSU.
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Chris worked his arse off here to get better, always played hard on Saturdays and represented himself & the program with class. Wish him nothing but the best of luck and I hope he gets to play more. Thanks Chris for being a Tiger
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He just happened to be at LSU along with several other Great RBs & he wasn’t able to get much PT but he never seemed pissed or offended by it. He ran hard every time he got the rock! Good luck son.
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Much success to Curry!!!
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Curry is going to do well there with that Samoan O-Line.
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I wish him well! Nothing negative on Curry, hope the rest of his career is great!
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