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LSU cornerback Kristian Fulton, who had his suspension appeal denied on Thursday, took to Twitter with this message after the decision came down.


Fulton, a junior from Metairie, LA (Rummel) will have to sit out the 2018 season while serving a two-year suspension from the NCAA for violating the NCAA Drug-Testing protocol.

His lawyer Don Jackson said that Fulton will be pursuing a waiver with the NCAA and that "hopefully that's not the end."
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29 Comments
It's really F'ed up to suspend a kid this long! frick the NCAA! frick Alabama!
Reply4 months
:dunno:
4 months
Why is he confused? Don’t cheat, don’t get suspended. It has nothing to do with Bama.
4 months
Can he redshirt? I feel for the kid
Reply4 months
unfortunately not- anytime it has to do with a drug test it cancels out the option of a red shirt...
4 months
He did this to himself
4 months
Stay up Fulton, your time will come.
Reply4 months
consequences
4 months
I dont know who is the MOST corrupt the DOJ, FBI or NCAA.
Reply4 months
He should probably get a different lawyer.
Reply4 months
It's time to take the NCAA to court and have that corrupt, dysfunctional, incompetent, money grabbing, favorite playing bunch of a-holes removed. It's time to get rid of the NCAA.
Reply4 months
This is why Bama gets all the players
Reply4 months
Bama had something to do with this, I'm sure.
4 months
frick you Mark Emmert. What do you expect from a Council on Foreign Relations member.
Reply4 months
PLEASE, KRISTIAN'S LAWER - sue the NCAA over the ambiguity between Rule 3.3 and 3.4 and the disparate penalties as to each, and get an injunction as to the current penalty that will allow him to play since he has served the less-severe 1 year suspension. PLEASE TAKE THE NCAA BEFORE A JUDGE!
Reply4 months
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And put it on Hootie's tab. We will ALL cover it.
4 months
fricking insane they can take 2 years for this shite. The people saying it is to prevent or deter future cheating are foolish. No level of punishment will stop people from trying to not get in trouble.
Reply4 months
Frick Alabama
Reply4 months
He will look good in Bama colors
4 months
Has there ever been an athlete anywhere suspended for two years? He attempted to cheat, got caught, and then submitted his own sample and passed. For that he loses two years? Guess he should have just had some stolen guns and weed. No loss of half his college eligibility then!
Reply4 months
Least they could do is grant him an extra year of eligibility later. But that's still an extra year of rust to shake off and a year less of playing time in the NFL, and thus a year less of pay. This is big any way you slice it, and in a bad way.
Reply4 months
frick Alabama.
Reply4 months
REC doing work
4 months
frick alabama! Bunch of classless thugs led by the DoucheStain of human being.
Reply4 months
L8u....Soon
4 months
I hope this is finally the season we clamp down on the Bamers and possibly roll a pile out of bounds and knock Nick’s arse out. Seriously, we need to hang in the oak trees and spit on their bus
4 months
Smh i can understand a yr.. But 2 years for meddeling with a testing.. I can see if we commited a real crime but this is absurd!! You took two ydars away from this young man! Really burned two years of his elgibility!! I would sue the dog shite out of the ncaa!!!
Reply4 months
I have one word: Alabama
Reply4 months
If this were Alabama, this would have been swept under the rug.
4 months
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