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LSU, Ed Orgeron Lose Star To Transfer

LSU, Ed Orgeron Lose Star To Transfer

LSU, Ed Orgeron Lose Star To Transfer

LSU and Ed Orgeron lost a star to transfer on Monday.

Tigers back-up kicker Connor Culp revealed this week his plans to enter the NCAA Transfer Portal.

Culp initially came onto the scene with a lot of hype, winning the starting job as a freshman.

That year, in 2017, he connected on 11 out of 16 field goal attempts and 20 out of 23 extra point attempts.

Unfortunately, things went downhill after that.

Culp subsequently ended up losing the starting gig and was never able to get it back.

According to Brody Miller of The Athletic, Culp is now looking for a new program to call home.

“Backup LSU kicker Connor Culp has entered the transfer portal, he wrote on Twitter.

“Culp was LSU’s starting kicker in 2017 before losing the job and then sitting behind Cole Tracy and Cade York the past two seasons. He’ll have one year of eligibility remaining.”

While the loss of Culp is no doubt somewhat annoying for LSU, they have bigger fish to fry in 2020.

Namely figuring out how to replace the production of Heisman winning quarterback Joe Burrow who is entering the NFL Draft this year.

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