Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports
New LSU placekicker signee Cole Tracy will train with NFL Hall of Fame kicker Morten Andersen this May, according to New Orleans Football Analyst Michael Detillier.

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Tracy joins LSU this fall as a graduate transfer from Assumption College in Worcester, Massachusetts and will have one year of eligibility remaining and will not have to sit out a year.

The Camarillo, Califonia native was the 2017 Fred Mitchell Award winner, which is given to the best kicker among non-FBS schools. He was 67-67 on extra-point attempts and made 27-of-29 field goals this past season.
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Black n Gold73 months
Training with one of the greatest ever can't be a bad thing.
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bamagreycoat73 months
I was sitting in the Dome when Andersen nailed a 60 yarder right before halftime and that place went crazy.
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Geauxmbo73 months
0 to 100 with place kicker status... shite got serious quick
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Solo Cam73 months
O knows this kid better be a beast or people will crucify him for burning a scholly on a 1 year mercenary kicker. Good luck Cole. Hope you do great bud.
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voodooidotwo73 months
Games are won and lost with the kicking game. He should prove to be a valuable asset for LSU next year.
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LSUvet7273 months
Me tinks LSU may have their kicker!
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rbdallas73 months
nice !
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BobABooey73 months
Why is he going to train with a Falcons kicker?
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lsucoonass73 months
Can't wait to watch this place burn if he misses a game winning field goal.
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