A former member of the LSU Tigers has found a new home, but will be remaining in the state. This week, it was announced that former LSU quarterback Anthony Jennings has landed at Louisiana-Lafayette to finish his collegiate career.
In March, Jennings was granted his release from Les Miles’ program and this week he signed a grant-in-aid with the school. Because Jennings is a graduate transfer, the quarterback will be eligible to suit up for the Ragin’ Cajuns immediately.
“We are excited about Anthony joining our program and competing for the starting quarterback position this fall,” head coach Mark Hudspeth said in a statement.
“He has been a starting quarterback in the SEC and he led his team to nine wins. Being a senior, he will bring a wealth of experience to the position.”
During his career at LSU, Jennings played in 24 games, starting just 13. He finished his career with 1,611 yards, 12 touchdowns and eight interceptions, while adding 310 yards and an additional two touchdowns on the ground.
It will be interesting to see how Jennings finishes off his career in Lafayette.