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Multiple sources have reported that LSU redshirt freshman quarterback Hayden Rettig plans to transfer. Per

When contacted by | The Times-Picayune, Rettig said he was transferring but would not elaborate further. An LSU official confirmed that Rettig is transferring. One possible destination is Boston College, where his brother, Chase, was a three-year starter from 2011-13.
Rettig, a four-star quarterback out of Los Angeles (Cathedral High School) was third on the depth chart behind sophomore Anthony Jennings and freshman Brandon Harris.
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Good luck
Reply92 months
I wish the young man success wherever he goes. I truly thought he would be a starter at LSU. Good luck.
Reply92 months
good fortune to a good person
Reply92 months
Chest must be suspect
Reply92 months
hate to see that, as I feel like he would have played at some of luck to him, though...
Reply92 months
Boy I think it's a mistake but best of luck anyway. One guy gets hurt and your playing if the other doesn't cut it. Or wait a couple years and play as a junior or senior getting coaches by one if the best in the business?! These guys want too much too early these days. Good things will come if you just wait a little while.
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