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During his weekly radio show on Thursday, Auburn head coach confirmed that wide receiver Nate Craig-Myers and his half-brother, reserve defensive back Jayvaughn Myers, have both left the program. Per AL.com:
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A former top-50 recruit, Craig-Myers has been a starter the last two years but caught just 16 passes last season, had only two catches through three games this year and didn't have any catches in the last two games.

Since he hasn't played in more than four games, Craig-Myers will get a redshirt for this season under the new NCAA redshirt rule and will have two years of eligibility remaining at his new school.

Like his half-brother, Jayvaughn Myers was in year three at Auburn. He had only played in two games the last two years, though, after redshirting in 2016.
The Myers brothers are the third Tigers to transfer out of the program this week as tight end Jalen Harris left the team on Wednesday.
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dead money69 months
Well, he picked a school not known for airmailing it all over the field. Nobody to blame but himself.
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FinkyStinger69 months
I spoke to Nate Craig-Meyers girlfriend last week before the LSU game and she told me he was pretty pissed about not getting enough targets.
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Soup Sammich69 months
Can you not use the word "regard" on here? There are Arkansas fans on this message board.
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JackieTreehorn69 months
Gus is a bonafide retard.
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oleheat69 months
Anything on the status of Oscar?
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FishinTygah8469 months
Dude wore a hat instead of a visor for one game and now his program is falling apart. I love it.
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S69 months
O made their arse quit LINK
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S69 months
O made their arse quit LINK
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SamuelClemens69 months
This is the first signs of the bus breaking down
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jrobic469 months
rats jumping from a sinking ship? I know it's too early to tell, but I have my doubts about Gus' ability to maintain a program
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