LSU walk-on quarterback Andre Sale is transferring out of the program, according to multiple reports.

Sale, a junior from Little Rock, Arkansas originally came to LSU as a transfer from Tennessee Tech. He joins LSU walk-on quarterback Jordan Loving who announced Sunday that he is also transferring and will play at Southeastern.

Neither Sale or Loving saw any playing time during their time at LSU.



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17 Comments
Smart moves for some who see and evaluate the talent of their own competition and realize their turn may not come.
Reply9 months
Who cares about Walk-Ons?
Reply9 months
BDJ
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Obviously you do shitter, you clicked the article ROFL
9 months
More than care about you.
8 months
Ole John Gordon McKiernan is scaring the other walk-ons off.
Reply9 months
It won't matter if we can't recruit, AND KEEP, offensive lineman. Hate Les Miles all you want, but that man could recruit lineman, which is how he was constantly winning 10+ games each season even with shitty QB play or playcalling
Reply9 months
We had some of the worst offensive lines I’ve ever seen during Miles’ tenure
9 months
Who? Moreover who cares?
Reply9 months
frick that guy then...just kidding. Good luck to him.
Reply9 months
Making room for billboard kid
Reply9 months
Gordon got it done, a little $$$ to those boys to move along !
9 months
They see all of the scholarship QBs in front of them, and they realize they’re not gonna get any playing time. You can’t blame them for wanting to transfer to a smaller school where they can actually play! Good luck to them!
Reply9 months
When does it end?!?!?
Reply9 months
Best of luck to both young men. Thanks for being Tigers
Reply9 months
Did not know Loving was leaving too. Losing both hurts. Not because they were ever likely to see the field, but because they we useful arms in practice. Losing both leaves us with Burrow, Brennan, Parrish, and two unknown freshmen walk-ons. Keeping at least one of Sale and Loving would have been preferred - both for practice and as a relatively decent #4. Oh well. Best of luck to both of them. I hope they get a shot.
Reply9 months
They would move a player from another position to QB before either would see the field.
9 months
Best of luck kid, best of luck.
Reply9 months
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