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Former LSU teammates Zach Mettenberger and Brad Wing have reunited again on the Memphis Express team in Alliance of American Football League.

Wondering what the Alliance of American Football League is?
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Led by some of the most respected minds in the sport, the Alliance of American Football is high-quality professional football fueled by an unprecedented, groundbreaking and dynamic relationship between players, fans and the game. Founded in 2018, The Alliance is comprised of eight professional teams competing over a twelve week season. The 2019 season begins on February 9, 2019.
To add some spice to their social media pages, the Memphis Express created "The Mett Show" where Mettenberger interviews players on the team. His first interview was Brad Wing:

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Several other former LSU Tigers join Mettenberger and Wing on the Memphis Express including Jonah Austin, Greg Gilmore, Kenny Hilliard, Josh Jasper, Anthony Johnson, Terrence Magee, Sam Montgomery, and Toby Weathersby.
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Im4LSUnTN61 months
Thought these 2 were rather entertaining. Wish them the best.
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UptownnMike61 months
How is this and Vince McMahon's league going to co exist theyre going take each other out. There needs to only be one other league.
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Big Sway61 months
They are trying to play themselves back into the league.
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ROPO61 months
Ed Alexander will have a home if this league survives a year.
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Bandits5861 months
Lot of those former players left early and look where it got them! Should have stayed another year.
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moon61 months
Mike Singletary is the head coach
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xGeauxLSUx61 months
I'll allow it.
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BayouBengal9961 months
Yep and you can say that for lots of those Juniors who left early. Looks like O is finally getting through to these guys. The money is tempting but when there is no money to be had then what's the point? That senior season tape is vital to the pros and when they draft you. Your draft spot is vital to how much string you get from a certain team. You can make mistakes if they have seen that you will develop and have invested money in you. With no invested money or proof that you can do your job then they won't have any reason to keep you on that team. These teams can only keep 50 players on the team. Big numbers crunch.
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Spelt it rong61 months
Kinda pumped that I live so close to Memphis. Got my season tickets already. Icing on the cake that so many former Tigers are on this team.
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CaliTigerHB61 months
Anthony Johnson should’ve stayed too
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FLObserver61 months
Greg Gilmore Nuff Said!!!!!
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panzer61 months
I thought Wing was in the Pros?
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Placebeaux61 months
Same here
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LSUrme61 months
Giants cut him before last season.
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Hester Carries61 months
Memphis isnt a state, Brad.
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AMac61 months
Well isn’t he from a different country like Alaska or Hawaii or something? He probably didn’t know.
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jimbeam61 months
Some pretty good players on that list...
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Eriq Killmonger61 months
Toby Weathersby how was this better than staying for your senior season?!
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LSUgrad0811261 months
3 year contract worth $250,000 total. Dude could be working in the athletic department or doing pretty much anything with a degree making that much or more. If he’d left as a senior I wouldn’t be saying anything but he wasn’t ready and it cost him money
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atltiger648761 months
"Dude could be...doing pretty much anything with a degree making that much or more." He majored in Interdisciplinary Studies. You think employers are lining up to hire those types of grads at $83k per year to start?
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jmh572461 months
AAFU
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thotpocket61 months
Toby Weathersby. smdh
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