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McNeese State adds a transer to its football team

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By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report
Owner/Managing Editor/Sr. Writer

McNeese State added a transfer on Wednesday.

McNeese State

Did you guess Tyrann Mathieu? If so, you have guessed wrong.

Instead of adding the former Heisman finalist, the McNeese State football added a transfer from Tulane. Quarterback Leon Blouin IV has joined the football team.

He will have four years remaining. He is coming to the school after red-shirting the 2011 season, as a true freshman.

He will not have to sit out a season, as he is dropping down to the FCS level. He can play right away.

“He’s exciting to watch play,” McNeese State coach Matt Viator said. “He’s a great runner and a really good thrower. It’s exciting to get a player of his caliber to join our squad and add some depth to our quarterback unit.”

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