Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports
Following the Tigers 45-24 victory over the Gamecocks on Saturday, LSU running back Leonard Fournette offered to auction his game used jersey for South Carolina flooding relief.

Fournette prepared a written statement which he read on ESPN after the win.


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11thACR103 months
Be Careful very careful LF7
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3nOut103 months
I keep wanting to not like the guy, but he makes it pretty hard.
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Oyster103 months
I just hope LSU handles the auction for him. Any tiny mistake will bring down the wrath of the NCAA.
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LSUbayouTigers103 months
Did not mean to down vote
Love LF
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Corch Urban Myers103 months
If it is for charity and LF is not profiting from it then the NCAA has no say in it. Stay classy LF.
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Gumbo1103 months
Great goodwill gesture by Fournette. He has been very humble even when he was a young(er) man. I wonder if the NCAA has any rules against auctioning his jersey? Perhaps they will let is slide if LSU as university does it. I would be willing to bid for it but have no clue where to bid...
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theBru103 months
That's the BUG Nation at its finest...Geaux LF7...
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monsterballads103 months
The Michael Jordan of Football
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cwil177103 months
LF is a legend. Impossible not to like the guy.
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earl keese103 months
Nice gesture by Fournette. Seemed kinda odd when the reporter asked him why he thought it was the right thing to do. Seems to me that anything anyone could do to help the people of South Carolina that are affected by the flooding would be the right thing to do. Geaux Tigers.
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