LSU coach Brian Kelly spoke with Wilson Alexander of The Advocate this week and said that wide receiver Malik Nabers would not miss any game time following his arrest in New Orleans in February for a gun charge that was dropped.

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LSUvet7214 months
Thanking his Lord that he was not provoked into using it or there may have been consequences which would have been bad and irreversible.Amen
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Vacherie Saint14 months
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cajunmud14 months
Most states when they joined the union adopted most of the type of language that the U.S. Constitution has into their own state constitutions.

I don't know how close LA's 2nd Amendment type law is compared...but then a constitution that is added to by popular vote ever two years isn't a constitution anyways.
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BankLSU14 months
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ColdTurkey14 months
In a closed society where everybody's guilty, the only crime is getting caught. In a world of thieves, the only final sin is stupidity.
Hunter S.
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kjanchild14 months
In the lawless society that we live in today, everyone should be carrying! I do!
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PureBlood14 months
Not only that, but the Constitution affords it. If only liberals didnt shite all of the Constitution.
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IndianInBR14 months
I don't mind people carrying their lawfully oened guns especially in New Orleans. But that idiot assistant DA that dismissed all charges without review needs to be fired.
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emanresu14 months
Yes, the constitution protects firearm ownership. But that doesn't mean states can't regulate it by requiring registration. So no, the constitution has nothing to do with idiots who illegally possess firearms.
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