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Multiple sources are reporting that LSU freshman running back Tre Bradford has entered his name into the NCAA Transfer Portal.

Bradford, a former four-star prospect from Lancaster, Texas played in three games last season, rushing for a total of 58-yards on 11 carries. He caught a big receiving touchdown in LSU's 37-34 win over No. 6 Florida.

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kajunman37 months
Meh, he was buried on the depth chart.
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rob6237 months
And about to buried even deeper.
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LSUsince7437 months
Maybe Kirby will swoop him up too
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Roll Clyde Roll37 months
Chokelahoma lock
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Yeti_Chaser37 months
Does the transfer portal allow you to transfer out of prison?
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X Carter Is Fast37 months
Who’s in prison?
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rob6237 months
he was arrested for shoplifting at WalMart.
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CanebreakCajun37 months
These kids are so quick on the trigger.
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Datbayoubengal37 months
2 experienced and very talented guys in front of him, two very talented guys behind him. If he has a chance to go back to Texas, and play at Texas he probably will. This year is a "play immediately" transfer year. That's why so many guys are doing it.
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TBoy37 months
It's just too early to know whether this man would have been a star here. Halls of Fame are filled with players who didn't start right away. Too bad for him that he will have never gotten the opportunity to run out on the field at Tiger Stadium with a full crowd behind him.
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brett40837 months
I thought he was good. Curry should have never played over him.
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Notnac37 months
Chest. A lot of kids lack it.
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Lsu10120537 months
I mean what are these kids supposed to do? Sit a few years and then get a chance to start and shine in one season and go in the first round like Clyde did?
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Datbayoubengal37 months
Wanna take a guess how many times that happens to running backs.....
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LSU Tiger Eyes37 months
Another one who will wind up playing Musical Chair game.
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Hangit37 months
Does Dabo need him, now that Travis Etouffee graduated?
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TNoon37 months
Can’t keep up, no loyalty, no desire to be a tiger, no fight to be barest where you are and compete, I’m done guys.
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bluebuck137 months
The Transfer portal = instantaneous college player free agency. A failed experiment. They need to limit transfer approvals for hardship cases, e.g. mental health challenges, ill family members, ...etc. The portal contributing to young athlete confusion about life choices and wasting university resources. In life and on the job, you earn your keep. On the field, you compete and earn your spot. The portal is feeding empty egos searching for themselves.
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ElTigreFuego37 months
Josh Reed switched positions and went on to the NFL. Why transfer if you’re buried on the depth chart because it maybe for a very good reason. Nobody wants to do what it takes to get on the field.
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Robber DeNiro37 months
Good luck to the kid but I hate this transfer portal BS.
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TaderSalad37 months
I think it's beneficial but needs to be case by case situation, IMO. just because a kid doesnt feel like putting in the hours and win the job, doesnt mean he gets to peace out, ESPECIALLY if you're taking up a scholly.
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Datbayoubengal37 months
This was expected from me. Five RBs on roster and a free, play immediately transfer year. Why hope to get carries being the man in the middle when you can possibly start at a place with less comp. Goodwin, at least from my perspective, is a better version of the role Bradford would play, and I think he could get a serious amount of snaps this year.
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Lowes knowsLSU37 months
Lsu is now down to 5 rbs currently on roster on scholly without Tre Bradford or c. curry there
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