LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – Where can Tryann ‘Honey Badger’ Mathieu transfer to? After Tryann Mathieu was dismissed by LSU today, officials told news that the Honey Bader could become immediately eligible to play if he transfers to an FBC or lower school this upcoming season. But if the Honey Badger seeks another FBS school, then the recent Heisman Trophy finalist would have to wait out a year after transfering.
What did Tryann ‘Honey Badger’ Mathieu do to get dismissed by LSU? Coach Les Miles refused to detail to news what prompted the scandal. He rather vaguely reported that Tyrann allegedly violated team and school rules.
Last year, Tyrann had to sit out one game last year after testing positive for synthetic marijuana. But now the future of the incoming Junior remains uncertain.
The 20-year-old 2011 Heisman Trophy finalist had no comment to the matter today. “I can’t imagine he would be here and not want to transfer and go play football,” Miles told news “We will help him in every way we can.”
Miles would not elaborate about the matter. “We have a simple policy here of behavior,” Miles said. “Consequences are pretty spelled out and defined. We did what we could do, but Tyrann is no longer on our team. He violated team policies.”
Miles told news that Tyrann will be missed. “It’s hard because we all love Tyrann”. He added “This is a very difficult day for our team.”