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Mathieu to return to LSU for school after he exits drug rehab in Houston

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

A couple of days ago, Tyrann Mathieu was in drug rehab in the Houston area.

Tyrann Mathieu (Getty Images)

Now, there are indications that the former Louisiana State football start will be enrolling at the school for the fall semester. This was one of his options that he had, like he had an opportunity to transfer to another school, with McNeese State being the most-talked about school.

Mathieu lost his scholarship when he was kicked off of the LSU football team on August 10th. Now, he is going to have to pay his own pay to school.

Mathieu, according to the report, has gotten back in Les Miles’ good graces in recent days. School officials are adamant that he will not play a single down for the football team during the 2012 campaign.

He is still coping with his drug problem at this present time.

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