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LSU QB Jefferson Allegedly Involved In Bar Fight

Well this should make him even more popular with Tiger fans.

According to USA Today, LSU starting quarterback Jordan Jefferson has been identified by multiple witnesses for being involved in a fight outside a bar near the LSU campus between 1:30 and 2:00am this morning.

A spokesman for the Baton Rouge Police Department said:

“There was a fight just outside the bar, and four people went to the hospital.  Jordan Jefferson has been implicated a well as other football players, who have not been specifically identified yet.  We’re not calling Jefferson a suspect.  We’re not calling him a victim.  We don’t know how much he was involved, but we’re getting a lot of information leading us in that direction.”

The police say they are hoping to interview Jefferson today and that they will “know more this afternoon, tonight or tomorrow.”

So 15 days before the Tigers open their season against a Top 5 opponent in Oregon, Jefferson and “other football players” were out at a bar at about 2am and were somehow connected to a fight.  Nice.

Les Miles has spent the entire offseason talking up the development and growth of his senior signal-caller.  While many Tiger fans have prayed and hoped for juco transfer Zach Mettenberger to be given the football this fall, it’s seemed that Jefferson has been protected from on high.

Now his own actions might — might, we say — have put his job in jeopardy… at least for the LSU’s opening night game.

Stay tuned.

(Bitter, Sarastic Sidenote — Thanks to Jefferson and crew for making sure we didn’t have a signle day this week without some sort of breaking news, scandal or arrest.  Working anything less than a 10-hour day would have been really disappointing.)



I don't care about Jeferson, what I am concerned about is who these other players are......


You worked 10 hours to write that story? All from open sources? Not one phone call made? Whine less. Work more.


He said he was working 10 hours per day, not just on this story. This story just added to covering recruiting scandals and his side job of covering Football and basketball. You should read more and Whine less.

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