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LSU head coach Ed Orgeron announced Wednesday that left tackle Dare Rosenthal has left school for personal reasons but expects him to return in the summer.

Rosenthal, a former four-star defensive tackle in LSU's 2018 class, moved over to offensive tackle during fall camp of his freshman season. The 6-7, 320-pound lineman backed up Saahdiq Charles at left tackle last season, playing in five games with three starts.

Orgeron said that Cam Wire will start the spring at left tackle while Rosenthal is out.

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Tiger_Style52 months
frick LSU compliance.
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Petroleum Adam52 months
I hope O is right and the young man is back in by summer. Even missing spring is a big deal. I've been confident that Dare would be our starting LT next year. He certainly has the physical profile to be a monster at the position.
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CanebreakCajun52 months
Here we go. Put down the fricking weed!
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Lsutigerturner52 months
Dang really
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LSUsince7452 months
He still has the chest though unlike Mrs. Gunner
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olgoi khorkhoi52 months
The weed in south Louisiana must be epic
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geauxbrown52 months
Hurry back big man, the team needs you.
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