Former Hillcrest Patriot and Notre Dame Fighting Irish punter Jay Bramblett took to his social media on Monday to announce he will head to Baton Rouge to play college football and pursue a masters degree with the LSU Tigers.
The SEC, it just means more... teams continuing its season.
The SEC's representation in bowl games this season will not be small. 13 of the 14 teams finished the season bowl eligible; not only is that the most in SEC history. but also the most out of any Power 5 conference this season...
The latest blow to the Tigers' season comes in the form of another athlete opting out of the 2020 season. Junior receiver Terrace Marshall Jr. has left the LSU program and will not play the remainder of this season.
The SEC will rearrange its schedule for next weekend, allowing for the Alabama Crimson Tide to travel to Baton Rouge to take on the LSU Tigers, according to Pete Thamel of Yahoo Sports and Matt Zenitz of Al.com. The originally scheduled Alabama vs. LSU game was scheduled for Nov. 14 but was postponed due to LSU dealing with COVID-19 issues.
The new rumored schedule for the Crimson Tide would still see them hosting Auburn on Nov. 28, however instead of playing Arkansas the following week Alabama would make the trip to LSU on Dec. 5. The Crimson Tide would then go to Arkansas on Dec. 12 for its 10th and final regular season game.