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Keon Lyn Tweets He Will Have Surgery, Says He’s Not Transferring

@KeonLyn8 has sparked discussion on whether he’s happy at SU.

Update: 7:41p. Keon tweeted earlier this afternoon that there’s nothing to worry about.  “I’m not going nowhere! Idk why y’all would think I would be leaving #CuseNation for life.” Sigh of relief for SU fans, who didn’t need any other bad football news after the way the season ended.

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Sounds like Keon Lyn is set to get surgery, and some are worried he may be rethinking his decision to come to Syracuse. Is the sophomore corner upset by his one-game suspension to end the season? Last night, Keon’s Twitter raised a few eyebrows:

“Yo this Surgery I got to get is really on my mind.”

“Why did I have to come to Syracuse? Why? I messed up something so good! Promise I’m gone fix that”

“People are never satisfied. But I bet they are when things are gone.”

“Moves need to be made. Goodnight.”

His reflective tweet about coming to SU looks to have been deleted. We don’t know if the surgery is football-related. Maybe he’s just frustrated by normal college student problems: finals week, girl trouble, etc. We don’t know.

We do know Doug Marrone reinstated Lyn to the team after the Pitt game, saying that the one game suspension would be all the punishment he’d serve for conduct detrimental to the team.

This tweet alone certainly isn’t enough to fire up the “Keon Lyn wants to transfer” rumor mill, but it sounds like there’s a lot on Lyn’s plate right now.

To be fair, lovesick college athletes tweet incessantly about their girls back home. This could be all Keon was talking about. But Twitter has a history of causing some angst for Syracuse fans (re: Waiters, Dion). Hopefully, @KeonLyn8 is just be a teenager overwhelmed by life right now.

“Dealin wit 2 much ish at once <<<”

It appeared by the end of the night, Lyn was downplaying the importance of his tweets:

“I say somethin & ppl gone make it bigga then wat it is ppl b all n my business but cnt blame dem” 

While you never want to read too much into a teenager’s social media missives, it goes up the food chain when one of SU’s most talented defensive players is tweeting about how badly he “messed up” by coming to Syracuse and letting everyone know he’s going to have surgery.

It would be a shame for Lyn to be unhappy at SU. Secondary depth is a huge concern for the Orange, and Lyn represents a rebuilding of the all-important Florida pipeline for Marrone. We’ll assume for now there’s nothing to be worried about. But for late-breaking news, you can always follow Keon on Twitter.

Posted: Steven Neikam

6 Comments on this Post

  1. StevenAustin

    Wanted: College athletes that actively post on Twitter & Facebook that can string together a sentence and/or thoughts in plain english that are legible, articulate and coherent. Is english still required for a highschool diploma these days?

  2. TIM TEBOW

    so it is true that the fizz does its investigative reporting on twitter/facebook

    interesting

  3. Any chance the Wayne Morgan recruiting visit this past weekend ruffled his feathers? Pt concerns going into next year?

  4. Steve- Yeah, following some college AND pro athletes on Twitter makes your head hurt trying to figure out what they’re saying.
    Tim – The Fizz LEAVES NO STONE UNTURNED! (yes, we follow a lot of Twitter timelines)
    Aaron – I hope not. You want guys who want to see the team get better.

  5. Morgan has fallen in quality according to some sites. Also didn’t hear his name many times from the NYC HS FB media. If no sound then no real excitement either. He did play on one of the better teams this year though!!!

  6. Terry, I think you should tell everyone that Morgan’s stock has dropped on every article the Fizz writes… oh wait…

    In any case, who in the country would you suggest the ‘cuse pursue that is better than Morgan that will actually commit to what is a mediocre (although improving) team?

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