Brett Rojo-USA TODAY Sports
LSU head coach Ed Orgeron is aware of Lanard Fournette's arrest and says "he will be disciplined internally," according to teams spokesman Michael Bonnette.

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Lanard, who is the younger brother of former star running back Leonard Fournette, was arrested Monday night after he was allegedly caught gambling with a false ID at L'Auberge Casino in Baton Rouge.
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panzer84 months
This is one big nothing
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RFK84 months
Some people are thugs from birth. I'm sorry but rising to the level of Al Capone crimes at age 18 is too much for me to say 'he dindu nuffin we were all 18 muh lsu football matters". These people represent the flagship university of Louisiana, and are getting essentially paid to go there (and literally getting paid but that's another thread). Purge them and send them to riding the back of a dump truck where they were destined to be anyway if it wasn't for the fact they can run fast with a ball for 60 minutes every week.
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Whynotme84 months
What's your skill? A low class bigot doesn't count?
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Shiftyplus184 months
He used a fake ID. He wasnt selling crack during a drive-by. Go get your sister/wife to wash your hood and polish your jackboots you ignorant fricking Nazi.
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majorlagg84 months
Using a fake ID is an "Al Capone level" crime?
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eugene1928LSU84 months
Is it too much to ask these athletes to just do the right thing? Come on Lanard you know better. Keep LSU out of negative press.
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Shiftyplus184 months
Take 100 18-22 year olds. Tell them to not go crazy and stay out of trouble. If 90 of them stay clean and don't get caught, you're doing pretty good.
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HoustonGumbeauxGuy84 months
Was he using Ryan Perriloux's ID?
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wallowinit84 months
"disciplined internally" That sounds painful. I wonder what that entails?
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CaptainBrannigan84 months
Team vote
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DemSaintsDoh84 months
He knew damn well Leonard's beard was gonna be a dead giveaway. Lol
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Whynotme84 months
Really! Cops don't have real crimes to solve?
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Spankem84 months
If the cops are called by the casino for someone breaking the law, you don't want them to show up?
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chuckie332584 months
The best way to handle this
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lsucoonass84 months
This doesn't seem to be a big deal. I mean I highly doubt he owes some big shot money other than his brother maybe.
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RFK84 months
Who tried to use a fake ID at a casino? This ain't your local drive-through liquor store where Tawanda is eye-checking IDs. Maybe we should have some frank discussions with our freshmen on what crimes to commit and what not to.
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LSUrme84 months
Think he had LF7s ID?
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fisherbm111284 months
Another perfect example of a kid doing the same shite a lot of others did as a kid difference is they weren't athletes at a flagship program. Needs to be handled within and forgotten about.
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Lexman184 months
Exactly right.
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TaderSalad84 months
While I agree about double standard. This will prepare him for when an NFL team dumps millions into him as an investment. These aren't just kids going to school. The NFL is curious what they're buying. This is a bit overkill IMO though. Just an ID issue.
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Akit184 months
"What's the big deal?" -Ryan Perrilloux
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pellietigersaint84 months
good. its none of the public's damn business what happens anyway in terms of punishment
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