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Mathieu, LSU met as the former Heisman finalist decides his future

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Tyrann Mathieu has been kicked off the football team. But the former Heisman finalist is still receiving help from the LSU football team.

Tyrann Mathieu (Getty Images)

The former LSU defensive back has reportedly met with LSU officials on Tuesday night. It is not immediately known why they met.

However, head coach Les Miles did say that he’s willing to help Mathieu find a new school. Mathieu is expected to make a decision about his new school in the coming days.

He could even announce his decision later today. McNeese State is the front runner for his services.

He had hoped to stay a student at the school and trying to get back into the good graces of the football team. But the school said that will not happen.

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