Matt Cashore-USA TODAY Sports
Notre Dame junior punter Jay Bramblett announced Monday that he is transferring to LSU.

The Tuscaloosa, Ala. native averaged 43.1 yards per punt last season with a long of 72 yards.

Bramblett is LSU's ninth player to transfer into the program this offseason and will reunite with Brian Kelly and special teams coordinator Brian Polian.

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I hope the guy isn't coming here bc he knows BK is planning on a lot of field position games like old school football... I guess it doesn't matter at all as long as LSU gets the W
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Uh, OK.
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WHAT????
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Is he bringing the Dr Pepper?
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Dang! I literally clicked on this to post that…. Welcome to state!
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I sure hope specialists out of the portal isn’t a trend with CBK. Cool with this one, since it’s obviously his guy…but damn I hope to HS recruits going forward.
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…hope he goes to HS recruits…
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No one cares about your kicker kid
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If you care about SEC kickers at all, one day you will.
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Hate transfer portal BUT but good thing is u can only do once!!!!
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He didn't go to bama because the education wasn't up to his family standards.why don't jay challenge him.
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Alabama plant. It's a trap!
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Committed.
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Naked I came. Naked I shall return. Blessed be the name of the Lord
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The Transfer Portal giveth as well as taketh. Amen.
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Coach Kelly is Trying to get the positive attitude all around. Winners are winners plain and simple under O most of the team was bitter negative.
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Whatcha' reckon caused the bitter negative attitudes...didn't they just win the NC.....
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So the Dr. Pepper commercial about the transfer portal has come to life?
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Rico's time is nooooooow!!
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This better be a walk-on
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You give good punters scholarships. He averaged 44 yards per punt. He is a good punter.
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He was one of the best punters in college. He could flip some games for us. Extremely talented.
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But why? We already have Peyton Todd
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Maybe he isn’t ready?
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Hasn't been the same since his injury.
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What Choo talkin bout Catfish?
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