Chris Parent (@chrisparent) - LSU Athletics
Former LSU quarterback Lindsey Scott has reportedly signed with East Mississippi Community College, according to The Advocate.

Scott, who was named the Gatorade Louisiana Football Player of the Year in 2015, announced Monday that he would be transferring from LSU.
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The former LSU quarterback and Zachary High standout signed with East Mississippi Community College on Tuesday, EMCC coach Buddy Stephens told The Advocate.

Scott, a 5-10, 210-pounder who announced his transfer from LSU on Monday morning, joins the powerhouse junior college located in Scooba, Mississippi, about 70 miles west of Tuscaloosa, Alabama. EMCC is widely known for being the subject of the highly acclaimed Netflix documentary series “Last Chance U."
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I wish him the best of course. Just kind of hate to see him sacrifice his academics so much when he was literally ivy league material.
Reply50 months
It's huge when your son starts loving his game again. Good luck, kid. I hope you find the path to where you want to go.
Reply50 months
From Ive Leagues to a glorified middle school. Les Miles lack of development has hit a new low.
Reply50 months
It's not like he couldn't learn the playbook.
50 months
News flash. Les Miles isn't the coach.
50 months
So he blew off Harvard for a shot at QB for LSU and is now at 'Last Chance U'? Damn this guy really wants to play! I'm rootin' like hell for him now! Will he have 4 years left when he gets back to D1?
Reply50 months
Good luck to a class young man.
Reply50 months
Is he going to teach and play qb? Chances are he's smarter than most of the "professors" there.
Reply50 months
Mississippi's average IQ just jumped 15 points.
50 months
I saw him going to Tulane or an Ivy league school....shocked.
Reply50 months
He will. He's going to be able to showcase his skills then have several offers again.
50 months
good luck to him, but he'll be a fish out of water at that place.
Reply50 months
Dem dorms Too bad Mit Waaagna wont be there
Reply50 months
haha
50 months
You win !! Bahaha
50 months
Wish I could see him on Last Chance U, but they are switching schools for the new season.
Reply50 months
Damn! Didn't know that... Was excited to get to see him grow and progress.
50 months
He'll be a damn superstar on that show and wherever he plays ball. We all wish you the best, frand
Reply50 months
he will definately be the smartest kid on that team.
Reply50 months
Definately.
50 months
:lol:
50 months
to be fair, i said HE would not me.
50 months
he will CRUSH IT there
Reply50 months
What a perfect fit! Lindsey should be able to put up some ridiculous numbers (as per their coach), and get some much needed attention from pro scouts. I'm very excited for this young man and wish him all the luck in the world!
Reply50 months
pro scouts won't put much stock in Juco numbers. He needs attention from bigger college coaches to move up.
50 months
Wow, if he can't handle where he was, then I have no idea how he's going to handle that jackass of a coach. I'm a big fan of Junior Colleges though and I think we could pick some good players out of them recruiting wise. That QB who went to FAU would have been great IMO.
Reply50 months
Wow! Talk about a helluva reach.
50 months
This kid in a wide open offense (Oregon) will be very good.
Reply50 months
I hate to see him playing for that arse hat of a head coach.
Reply50 months
All coaches at that level are similar. It's just blown up into epic proportion because it was on Netflix.
50 months
All coaches at that level are similar. It's just blown up into epic proportion because it was on Netflix."..... uh, no. Did you watch the show? That coach is a Bobby Knight-type of guy. Sent his on-field OC to the press box because he mistakenly called a time out - in a meaningless bowl game. Buddy is a complete a-hole - and no, all coaches at that level aren't like that.
50 months
Its a smart move if he wants to play for a big school. He can show what he can do on the field instead of everybody questioning his size. im pulling for him and looking forward to seeing how he does.
Reply50 months
I'm glad somebody gets it
50 months
Good luck to you young man, Thank you for being a Tiger...Now go light it up at EMCC!
Reply50 months
I wonder how many EMCC credits will transfer to Harvard.
Reply50 months
hes only going to be there for 6 months 12-15 credits aint much anyway
50 months
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