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LSU wide receiver and Breaux Bridge native Travin Dural is out for the rest of the year with a torn hamstring, as first reported on Tuesday night by The Daily Reveille.

Dural, a junior, has been considering entering the NFL Draft. The injury will reportedly require three to four months of recovery time, potentially altering his decision.

This season, Dural is the second-leading receiver on the Tigers with 28 receptions for 533 yards and 3 touchdowns at an impressive average of 19 yards per catch.

The news is another blow to a rough few weeks for LSU. After reaching a 7-0 record and #2 ranking, the Tigers have lost 3 consecutive games by double-digits, bringing with it reports of head coach Les Miles likely being relieved of his duties at regular season's end.

LSU closes out the regular season Saturday night at Tiger Stadium when they host Texas A&M. Kickoff is set for 6:30.