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Former LSU safety Eric Monroe is headed to Texas Tech to finish out his college career, according to his latest tweet.

Monore entered the transfer portal last week.


Monroe played in 12 games last season and made seven tackles. He appeared in 29 games for the Tigers from 2017-2019 with one start.

The senior from Houston, Texas is set to graduate this summer and be immediately eligible as a graduate transfer.
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Waaaayyy farther away from Houston than Red Stick. Glad for him for graduating.
Reply2 days
Im Wondering if this means todd harris is looking primed And ready for an all-conference tupe of year?
Reply5 days
He’s officially the front runner for Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year.
Reply5 days
I mean texas tech had 2 first round defensive picks, or 1 and a very early second
5 days
Also dont forget Texas is the real DBU /s
5 days
We thank you for contributions and time here! I hope for continued success for both of these fine men, that chose to spend part of their lives, and gave their talents to the LSU Tiger family! It’s the work of young men like these that are the worker bees of LSU football. You will always be welcomed at my tailgate! Best of luck!
Reply5 days
People are over thinking Brooks and Monroe. 'BOTH' players feel better about positioning themselves for success and that is no longer at LSU. Not a knock of the player or LSU, just real life. Move on........GEAUX TIGAS!
Reply6 days
Bye, take off all that Honey Badger DBU stuff too. You're not at LSU no more!!!
Reply6 days
Jesus, frick off you jack ass
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you fuxking dumbass
4 days
Good luck
Reply6 days
He graduated so he can do whatever he wants. Good luck and make your mark.
Reply6 days
Good luck.
Reply6 days
Wish him luck. Good guy.
Reply6 days
BR>>>>>>Lubbock, hope he’s ready for culture shock
Reply6 days
Maybe both he and Brooks are feeling a little indifference toward new DC Pellini. Aranda was a much different personality.
Reply6 days
I think Monroe is going because he is going to not see the field much and is probably making a good decision. On the other hand, Brooks is not an edge rusher in the 4-3. He is undersized. In addition, Brooks supposedly has some personal issues which he is wanting to be close to home for. I doubt either is reacting to Bo Pelini but if they are then so be it.
6 days
Mo Hampton got that position on lock
Reply6 days
Because Lubbock is way closer to home than Baton Rouge....right?
Reply6 days
lol ur confused
6 days
I don't think this has anything to do with distance or locale. He may feel more confortable there, could know a coach there that's on the staff, I'm sure he's got his reasons with the main one being immediate PT as a starter probably.
6 days
Because eric monroe isnt marcel brooks right?
6 days
Hope he makes it there. Tried hard here and it just didn’t work out.
Reply6 days
I hope it works out. I’m sure he can crack the lineup there and do well.
Reply6 days
I agree, this makes sense. He sees he will not start this year, you eventually just wanna play football if you are putting in all the work.
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