Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports
Former LSU offensive lineman Maea Teuhema has received permission to contact several schools, including USC, Houston, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State, according to Bruce Feldman with Fox Sports.
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Maea Teuhema, a two-year starter on the LSU offensive line who was suspended indefinitely from the program on Wednesday morning, has received permission to contact several schools as he now looks to transfer. SI has learned that those colleges are USC, Houston, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State, according to a source.
The sophomore from Keller, TX was suspended from the LSU Football team earlier this week and was granted his release to transfer on Thursday night.

Sione Teuhema, Maea's older brother, and one-time LSU linebacker, currently plays at Southeastern Louisiana.
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How good a lineman is Teuhema?
Reply51 months
I don't care where he goes. As long as it's not the SEC. I just don't believe a player should be rewarded for transferring. I don't know the full details of his situation. Probably never will. But it's a privilege to play for the Tigers and in the SEC and he(and his brother), blew it! He should have to go to another conference and sit out a year.
Reply51 months
So what else did he do besides the academic issues?
Reply51 months
Will be hanging off the back of a garbage truck within 5 years.
Reply51 months
After all the shite Oklahoma started I'd delete them from that list.
Reply51 months
awfully generous list. O should have limited it to southeastern and delgado and told him to kick rocks.
Reply51 months
Why? This kid can't even be bothered to show up for class. He's probably fail out of Delgado. Kid's a loser
51 months
All he had to do was show up for class.
Reply51 months
If he had just passed this year he could have been drafted and his school days would have been over... what a waste of God given talent
Reply51 months
This kid is a fricking loser. Plain and simple
Reply51 months
This is all about the flight... nothing else. You don't talk bad about us and we will let you transfer to where you want cuz we don't need a STARTER THAT GRIMES RECRUITED AND STARTED.
Reply51 months
How many times to I need to wrap my head in tinfoil to be like you? legit question.
51 months
This is all about the flight... nothing else. You don't talk bad about us and we will let you transfer to where you want cuz we don't need a STARTER THAT GRIMES RECRUITED AND STARTED.
Reply51 months
I had forgotten all of the committing and decommitting that these guys did when they were coming out of high school. apparently, some things never change.
Reply51 months
Why should we grant him the ok to transfer to any D1 school?
Reply51 months
Because this isn't slavery and he is not indentured.
51 months
Pretty smart move by coach O....let him transfer, but only allow it to a few schools where he knows he can't make the grade.
Reply51 months
If he can't make the grade at LSU, is there realistically anywhere he can?
51 months
Wasnt it Loadholt who could not qualify at LSU the started two years at OU?
Reply51 months
Wait.... he didn't make the grade at LSU but he's transferring?... to what, a garbage truck?.... I didn't think you could transfer from college back to 1st grade ...
Reply51 months
So what's our "adjusted" recruiting ranking now?
Reply51 months
He's not a freshman.
51 months
Dude won't go to class but wants to sit out a full year and play in 2018? Good luck with that...
Reply51 months
Remember when LSU fans were clamoring for both of these guys? Pepperidge Farm remembers.
Reply51 months
I liked his brother as an LB prospect and Maea was pretty good for us at guard. Hate to see both of their LSU careers end on a bad note.
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Dexter Manley has contacted him to make him aware of Oklahoma State's academic standards.
Reply51 months
Lolololol
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