Stephen Rivers. Photo via The Decatur Daily.LSU's loss is Vanderbilt's gain. Former LSU backup quarterback Stephen Rivers has announced that he is transferring to Vanderbilt. Rivers, who graduated from LSU this spring, will be eligible to play with the Commodores in the 2014 season.Rivers announced his decision on Twitter Wednesday morning.Excited about a new opportunity and meeting...
LSU quarterback Stephen Rivers, who is the younger brother of San Diego Chargers signal-caller Phillip Rivers, has announced that he will transfer from the university and play for Vanderbilt for the final two years of his collegiate eligibility. Rivers, who stands at 6-foot-7 and weighs 230 pounds, has been a backup for the Tigers the past two seasons after redshirting in 2011. He...
LSU back-up quarterback Stephen Rivers is going to another SEC school to try and ply his trade, according to reports. Rivers - the brother of San Diego Chargers starter Phillip - told NOLA.com that he's close to going to Vanderbilt, which would leave the Tigers light at quarterback. He said: "I took a visit there and really enjoyed it...It's a good option for me because it's really...
LSU says it has granted reserve quarterback Stephen Rivers' request to transfer after he graduates this spring, allowing him to play wherever he wants next fall. Rivers, the younger brother of San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers, has used only two seasons of eligibility after taking a redshirt year at LSU in 2011. He spent 2012 as Zach Mettenberger's backup, seeing only...
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LSU says it has granted reserve quarterback Stephen Rivers' request to transfer after he graduates this spring, allowing him to play wherever he wants next fall.
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