Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports
The LSU Athletic Department, head coach Ed Orgeron, and athletic director Joe Alleva all released the following statements on the NCAA’s decision to uphold the ban on cornerback Kristian Fulton.

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I’m so upset, I'm boycotting the Southeastern game.
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Why are you LSU fans so OBSESSED with Bama? Your player had a NCAA violation, not an Institution violation. I feel bad for the player, but he did something that he wasn't suppose to do.
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Sadly, I agree with you. LSU just can’t get past the Nick boogie man. Perhaps this could be the year or maybe they can upset UGA. Would take major efforts and fortune
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We don’t have proven running backs. This is not the year we upset Bama.
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They should have said they'd release him to go to Bama. That would certainly have swayed the decision.
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This kid has a two year ban? For weed? How did this happen? Its weed! There's dudes with guns and dudes that beat women that get lesser penalties than this! What's goin on here?
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The NCAA and SEC are ORKS
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This should be us vs. the world attitude for this team this season
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Man Mark Emmert has a hard-on for LSU yet he gives his buddy a pass.
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So, uh. Can we appeal the appeal denial?
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Alabama guns and drugs no problem though. Scumbags
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Alabama wins yet again. Hooray.
Reply2 months
Red Elephant Club strikes again
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You're better than that, Jackie
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He TRIED TO CHEAT. THEREFORE HE CHEATED. The penalty for the infraction was clearly defined. Serve your time and keep your shite off the streets.
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You’re an ass
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Even people sentenced to jail time get parole. Sometimes even a suspended sentence. This kid gets nothing.
2 months
If he is Casi Davis’s ass, then that’s a nice ass.
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If it was Alabama the kid would have been back off suspension. Probably wouldn't even be suspended at all. frick the NCAA
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I hate to say this, but let this be a lesson to all compliance a-holes, I mean, officers, everywhere.
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frick the NCAA.
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Man they have some ignorant people on this board ! The scary part is that they are all around us in this world .......
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frickin nonsense and no pull based on no credentials and being a retard AD
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LSU needs to follow Urban's protocol, offer to voluntarily suspend Fulton for one half of one game and that should do the trick. Surely cheating on a drug test is no worse than attempting to eye-gouge a defenseless player in a dog pile and that's all Urban did after one of his players was shown to have done the former...
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Alleva should just stay away from anything we need to win at!
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How the hell is Aleva responsible for this? That is just stupid.
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Not saying that he is responsible, but he sure as hell seems to be bad luck lol. I just don't think people really respect him. Maybe as a person but not as an A.D.
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Why do “fans” like you become irrational. No causation toward Alleva. I appreciate he stood up for a player.
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Play him regardless. We have nothing to lose.
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