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LSU senior wide receiver Jontre Kirklin spoke to the media on Tuesday and talked about what it felt like to finally score his first touchdown with the Tigers.

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Man TDP whiffed on that block. Thankfully Brennan had already thrown the pass.
Reply6 months
One more year! One more year!
Reply6 months
Damn that’s true. I forgot they everyone has an extra year added. He’s well suited for it. Marshall will leave after this season I assume and this kid have a shot at being a legit #1.
6 months
Damn that’s true. I forgot they everyone has an extra year added. He’s well suited for it. Marshall will leave after this season I assume and this kid have a shot at being a legit #1.
6 months
C’mon Larry...Mrs. Tarantino taught you that bursted is not a word...it’s burst/burst/burst (present/past/past participle). You should know better...
Reply6 months
...but worsted is worse than bursted, unless it's wool butt.
6 months
Happy for him. He was very patient. Happy to see him get his shot to play. Keep producing like that and they can't take you off the field.
Reply6 months
Awesome fricking story. I hope he continues to rise from here.
Reply6 months
I root 4 guys like this, he coukd gave easily gave up or transferred. Real Tiger!!!
Reply6 months
So happy for him. I hope he gets many more chances this year.
Reply6 months
Jontre can be this years version of Mr. Jefferson ?? Keep workin fella because no one else wants to step up to the plate ????
Reply6 months
I respect Kirklin’s determination and so excited for him. I hope this springboards him into a long and successful NFL career. But JJ had well established himself earlier (more than 1 season). He didn’t “breakout” in 2019.
6 months
Russell Gage is a better comparison
6 months
That back-of-the-end-zone TD on a dead run was Big League.
Reply6 months
Most dont understand how hard that is.
6 months
The past tense of burst is burst, not bursted (which is not a real word).
Reply6 months
That looked like la'el Collins out in front.
Reply6 months
Man was that pass catch gorgeous. Toe tapped like a pro.
Reply6 months
That was his second TD
6 months
I’m really happy for Jontre. It looks like he’s gonna get a little playing time this year and I bet he’s pumped about it. He could probably start at WR or possibly DB at a lesser school.
Reply6 months
Great catch on a great play... Happy for that Tiger!!!
Reply6 months
Perfect example how guys can have a huge impact on a team even if they aren't starting or playing
Reply6 months
That's a great attitude. Sounds like a great role model for younger athletes. Keep pushing. Your time will come.
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