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Texas A&M running back Jacob Kibodi has entered the NCAA transfer portal, according to Matt Zenitz with AL.com.

Kibodi, a sophomore from Baton Rouge, La., played in eight games this season with two starts and rushed for 123 yards on 31 carries with one touchdown.


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Transferred to Incarnate Word.
Reply7 months
Good luck to him. Good kid with a nice family.
Reply7 months
Oh, and for witless txtiger, here are Kibodi's CAREER numbers: 45 carries for 270 yards and 2 touchdowns, 7 receptions for 37 yards.
Reply7 months
It may be time for old Baw to get a degree in a paying curriculum. Football eventually ends for everybody.
Reply7 months
AHHHHHH...now we know where the Zach Evans smoke is coming from.
Reply7 months
Baton Rouge kid, so I am sure he can find an opportunity at ULL, McNeese, Nichols, Tulane, etc.
Reply7 months
Free agency sucks. No college teams will be able to build depth.
Reply7 months
come on over and be a Tiger. AD Woodward did
Reply7 months
Kibodi would be even further down the depth chart at LSU. He can't block and can't hold onto the football. He's an ok runner.
7 months
Zach Evans aTm lock
Reply7 months
Making room for Zach Evans?
Reply7 months
The transfer portal is obviously not located in the end zones of Tiger Stadium.
Reply7 months
The first chip to fall We have destroyed aTm football. The most wonderful thing about this last game is the complete black veil that has shrouded aTm football
Reply7 months
No Texas A&M only has a very few seniors and Jimbo is signing 25. There will be a lot more of this. Wish him well and transferring is better than sitting the bench for 2 more years.
7 months
Celebrating the departure of the 4th string running back...interesting.
7 months
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