Scott Wachter-USA TODAY Sports
LSU head coach Ed Orgeron announced Tuesday that junior defensive end Justin Thomas has withdrawn from school for personal reasons.

Orgeron said he hopes to have Thomas back in the spring.

Thomas, a native of Daphne, Ala., played in five games this season with one start. He last played in LSU's 42-28 win over Florida on October 12.

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Best wishes for Justin.
Reply17 months
Fawk
Reply17 months
Best wishes Mr. Thomas. Take care of what you need to.
Reply17 months
Dirty deeds going on back home in Bama? But seriously, I hope all is well with his family and that he can get back to his Tiger teammates as soon as possible. He was having a highly productive season. This will sting.
Reply17 months
Yes Alum there are dirty deeds going on in Bama. Thomas has been one of our spy plants the entire time. We told him to go to Baton Rouge and report back on everything he could. He’s now back home in Daphne reaping the rewards of his espionage.
17 months
Big hit
Reply17 months
That sucks for Justin and the team, he was getting PT and starting to really play well. Whatever the situation is hopefully it works out for him and he can come back
Reply17 months
What's up with that? Personal reasons can vary from family issues to personal drug issues!!!
Reply17 months
yeah that's exactly why he said it like that. would you want someone telling everyone your personal business
17 months
So, open up your dense skull and pour out all of your personal issues so we can judge you.
17 months
nunya
17 months
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