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Following last Saturday's game between LSU and Alabama, Breiden Fehoko and Tua Tagovailoa met on the field and shared some kind words each other.

A microphone was able to pick up some of their conversation with Fehoko saying that LSU is going to get Tagovailoa’s younger brother, Taulia, who is currently committed to Alabama for the class of 2019.

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And here is a coach Ed Orgeron with Taulia on the field before the game:

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PortHudsonPlaya67 months
So they get Peyton and we get runt Eli?
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JCinBAMA67 months
Why would Taulia ever wont to go to l8u god awful offense, no oline no imagination.
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Havoc67 months
That’s a cool brotherhood to see so candidly. Pretty sure Tua’s a complete class act.
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LSUvet7267 months
Well all we need is a Mercedes Benz leased for $1 month and his parents move into. La. State job in BR and Wa La he’s a Tiger
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Grit-Eating Shin67 months
I think he meant "flip" in the literal sense.
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Undertow67 months
I can see a little brother taking a different path than his brother out of a sibling rivalry type thing and trying to outdo him
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LoveThatMoney67 months
Love to see that respect and friendship. As much as the fans hate each other, these players are all a part of a much larger family that most fans aren't privy to because they've never been in the position these players have been in. Cool to see that they play each other with ferocity while still being able to hug it out at the end of the game. Says a lot about these young men.
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BayouBengal9967 months
That's bc these players know that it's just a game and fortunes can change quickly in sports. That's why our fans are idiots for wanting to fire Ed O for the job he's done this season. If anything it's validation that he's on the right track. It takes time to just move in and beat the best. Yea Saban did it but there are no Sabans out there at this time, not even close. Let the man finish the season and win his big bowl game then see how it affects his recruiting. It's his second year and he has us in a decent position.
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SoulGlo67 months
I hate that he plays for the Evil Empire, but Tia is a hell of a kid. Class all the way.
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