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Former LSU wide receiver Jonathan Giles is transferring to the Texas Southern, according to The Advocate:
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Giles will transfer to Texas Southern, the university confirmed Saturday, and the 6-foot-1, 186-pound senior will be eligible to play immediately as a graduate transfer.

Giles, who is from Missouri City, Texas, told 247Sports that his father worked at Texas Southern when he was growing up and "that's where I learned how to play football and started playing football."



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22 Comments
The #7 issue is all on Orgeron, as is some of his misuse as a player, but he didn't help himself on the field either.
Reply1 month
Old news, right? And good riddance.
Reply1 month
This is just a sad ending to someone who promised the moon but delivered mouse turds instead.
Reply1 month
He gave it his best shot. But we have lots of thoroughbreds
Reply1 month
biggest issue i have with ogeron is his total lack of respect and understanding for who wears #7 and #18 for LSU. its not just a token to be handed out to motivate people, it should be well earned through hard work on and off the field just like being a team captain
Reply1 month
agreed if the numbers are to be respected they should be earned and not given. Bad move on O for that one.
1 month
Best of luck to the young man.
Reply1 month
No transfer should ever be awarded the #7 again. At least until they have played a season or two first.
Reply1 month
Study hard.
Reply1 month
Just let’s you know not everyone can play in the sec. big 12 top wr, sec bench warmer.
Reply1 month
Worst representation of #7 I can remember. Doesn’t perform, and then quits. Shameful. You sir are NO tiger.
Reply1 month
I know the down votes are coming. Truth hurts.
1 month
That’s kind of harsh toward a kid. It didn’t work out, but good luck to him and thank you for your time and efforts
1 month
He's doing whatever he can to rebuild his draft stock. He thought he was good enough to play in the SEC and boost his reputation to get drafted higher. He gambled and lost, so now he's trying to salvage what he can of his college resume for the scouts. But I think the damage has been done.
1 month
Too bad it didn’t work out, everything seemed so promising at this time last year. Good luck to the young man at Texas Southern and thanks for being a Tiger
Reply1 month
Glad he';s not taking up a scholly any more. With him the best. Glad for his sake he got his degree.
Reply1 month
Sucks it didn't work out for him at LSU, but I hope has success elsewhere.
Reply1 month
Only a douchebag downvotes this
1 month
Old
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He's a quality receiver and a loss.
Reply1 month
You sir, have never watched football.
1 month
Good luck JG, always a Tiger !!
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