LSU preferred walk-on punter Bailey Raborn from St. Thomas More High School was arrested in his hometown of Lafayette on Sunday for operating a vehicle while impaired, according to The Advocate:
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Raborn posted bond $1,000 bond. The arrest affidavit was not immediately available.

Coach Les Miles is "aware of the situation and is trying to gather information before making any comment," school spokesman Michael Bonnette said Monday.
Raborn, a one-time UCLA commit, chose to walk-on at LSU in January, spurning scholarship offers from Mississippi State, Northwestern State, and the Bruins.
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cincyykid95 months
Wow all of these people hating on the kid saying bye and we should kick him off and that he was dumb fR not taking the scholarship offer. That just means he wanted to be a tiger so bad he turned down offers from other power 5 schools and yall just wanna kick him to the curb? Real good fan support there
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Rebel95 months
Cops were probably ULL fans.
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Gumbo195 months
Ye without sin, cast the first stone. I did a lot of dumb things as a young man. First, in our great country, you are innocent until proven guilty (or if your lawyers can get you off to be perfectly honest). Second, everyone deserves a second chance as long as they did not take someone's life (in my humble opinion).
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CarterWilson71795 months
Play stupid games, win stupid prizes
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Spankum95 months
walk on....walk off...
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mkibod195 months
You know it's the dog days of summer when a walk-on punter gets a front page article on TD.
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km95 months
But the CEO of the company that produced the intoxicating liquid is a bama fan !!!
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doya295 months
Ucla pulled his offer
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tke85795 months
dang there is some grade A poon at UCLA. Kid made a bad mistake by not taking the scholly over there. But it seems like hes pretty good at making bad mistakes.
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PT24-795 months
Miles should kick him off today just to spite Saban who's starting lineman got a DUI this weekend.
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warlock197495 months
Too bad it didn't happen in West Monroe. It appears that football players are not held responsible for legal transgressions there.
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NorthshoreTiger7695 months
He gone
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hill durham95 months
another stupid decision by a kid
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TheWalrus95 months
Choosing to walk on over legit scholarship offers was dumb.
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CelticDog95 months
playing and going to school where you want to is the happy zone for most people. For all you know, his family can afford it.
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beantown95 months
Bye
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