Notre Dame Fighting Irish News: Logan Diggs on the move again, more

Former Notre Dame Fighting Irish running back Logan Diggs is looking for greener pastures and in the transfer portal yet again.
Notre Dame Fighting Irish running back Logan Diggs (3) celebrates in the end zone with teammates
Notre Dame Fighting Irish running back Logan Diggs (3) celebrates in the end zone with teammates / Bob Self/Florida Times-Union / USA TODAY

A former Notre Dame Fighting Irish running back is back in the transfer portal after one season away from South Bend. Is it possible that he’s seen the error of his ways and could head back to Marcus Freeman and company?

Logan Diggs has entered the portal again after spending one season with the LSU Tigers. It’s not clear where he might be headed next. The running back shared his thoughts on the move with a post on social media soon after reports started swirling.

“Idk how to feel about it all..” Diggs wrote. “Often I ask why or even question what have I done, other days I’m more inspired than ever. But today I give it all to you. Idk where you’re taking me or the plans you have for me LORD, but one day it will all make sense, I Love You & I Trust You.”

In 2023, Diggs was LSU’s second-leading rusher behind Heisman winner Jayden Daniels. The former Notre Dame Fighting Irish star tallied 653 yards and 7 touchdowns on the ground. 

In 2022, he ran for 820 yards and 4 touchdowns. Now he’s on the move again and is looking for a new school with one more year of eligibility to use.

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