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Third time’s a charm? LSU’s Rob Bolden transferring again

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Despite the fact that a pair of reserve quarterbacks transferred out and left LSU with just two scholarship players at the position on its roster, there was no consideration given to moving wide receiver back to the position he had previously played.

Now, Bolden has apparently considered, and decided on, moving on from Baton Rouge.

Citing a source close to the school, the New Orleans Times-Picayune is reporting that Bolden has decided to transfer out of the football program.  The Times-Picayune states that a pair of directional Michigan schools — Central Michigan and Eastern Michigan.  Presumably, Bolden would get the opportunity to move back to the quarterback position at either one of those MAC schools.

LSU has yet to announce what if any decision Bolden has made.

If he has received his degree, Bolden, a senior, would be eligible to play at the FBS level immediately in 2014.

In early August of 2012, Bolden officially left Penn State after two seasons and ultimately ended up at LSU.  He didn’t play a single down for the Bayou Bengals during his two seasons there, and was moved to receiver during spring practice this year.

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2 Responses to “Third time’s a charm? LSU’s Rob Bolden transferring again”
  1. jec332 says: Jul 14, 2014 3:12 PM

    Rob, it might be time to accept that your future will not be on the football field. You should have stayed at PSU, as you would at least have had a degree from a top 10 public university. I don’t see the NFL in your future. I hope it works out for you with one of these Michigan schools, though. Nobody can question your desire to get on the field.

  2. dmvtransplant says: Jul 14, 2014 8:15 PM

    Didn’t he beat E.Mich as QB at PSU?

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