For the last three seasons, the rumors of Trent Johnson leaving LSU have surfaced.

This time, it appears they have merit.

Reports circulating out of Fort Worth indicate Johnson will leave LSU after four seasons to become the head coach at TCU.

Johnson led LSU to the NCAA tournament in his first season, then suffered back-to-back 20-loss seasons.  The Tigers were 18-14 this past season, falling in the first round of the NIT.

TCU is looking to replace Jim Christian, now the head coach at Ohio University.

Johnson was 67-64 in his four seasons at LSU.

TCU is entering the Big 12 next season.