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LSU sophomore defensive lineman Glen Logan met with the media on Monday and talked about his decision to stay LSU instead of transferring out of the program in the offseason

Logan credited coach Ed Orgeron and the relationship he has with his family and also said that living with defensive lineman Rashard Lawrence has helped him grow up.

The Destrehan native and former four-star prospect has also dropped almost 40 pounds down to 280 and could be a starter at defensive end for the Tigers in 2018.

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Good stuff. GEAUX TIGERS!!!
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Recognize this effort people. He loves it here and wants to compete and get better. Cant wait to see you represent us next season regardless. Thank You Glen for putting in the work insteas of wussing out.
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Good for him. Glad he stayed.
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