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Ross Dellenger with The Advocate is reporting that LSU cornerback Kristian Fulton is currently serving a two-year NCAA suspension for submitting a fraudulent testing sample during a drug examination in the fall of 2016.

Fulton and his attorney Don Jackson are in the process of appealing the second year of his suspension, according to the report.
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Fulton’s suspension kept him from playing the 2017 season. If not overturned, the suspension will prevent him from playing in, at least, the regular season of 2018, too. His eligibility would be reinstated for 2019. The 730-day suspension, Jackson said, is tied to a drug examination the NCAA conducted on Fulton late in the fall of 2016, Fulton’s true freshman season.

Fulton is alleged to have attempted to use a fraudulent testing sample, somewhat of a double whammy, according to the NCAA. The governing body of college athletics suspended him one calendar year for submitting a fraudulent sample and docked him another calendar year for allegedly failing the test, Jackson said. The NCAA considers a no-show or, in this case, a fraudulent sample a failed test, Jackson said.
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Should have not submitted fake urine?.... or was it he drank massive, abnormal amounts of water before test to dilute his specimen, thereby creating a very low specific gravity urine and was accused of submitting a fake specimen ( i.e.someone's other specimen)....... if he's had 24 subsequent tests he passed how about giving the kid a break NCAA.......
Reply6 months
If he was playing for Bama, he would have been suspended for half a game.
Reply6 months
Could you do any sloppier work staff reporter? It was a test for PEDs, NOT Illegal drugs. According to his dad he has passed more than 24 drug tests at LSU since the event happened. Go ahead and trash him "Fans" it could have been a lot more innocent than you think.
Reply6 months
I don't care what it was for. I don't have to support a kid that got himself suspended for two years.
6 months
Let me rephrase: I don't have to feel sorry for the kid. He made a mistake and got himself suspended for two years. He needs to own that. I fully support him as a LSU fan and hope he gets his shite together before it's too late for him.
6 months
Well since you are so sure he did something wrong. What made the sample fraudulent? Was it the specific gravity? Temperature? Maybe uric acid concentration?
6 months
Dont want him as a member of the LSU program!
Reply6 months
No sympathy, you have the world before you and smoke it away, do the crime do the time.
Reply6 months
It was PEDs you idiot! Not drugs. He was trying to better perform on the field! Granted it was wrong but he wasn't trying to get high, he was trying to be a better footbal player! Do some research before you post!
6 months
They need to change this bull shite rule & let players smoke
Reply6 months
While I agree the penalty is a little steep, you sir are an idiot.
6 months
Then they better change the law nationwide!
6 months
the prohibition of Weed is as dumb and fruitless as the one for alcohol was....regulate and educate and tax the shite out of it, something very difficult in the ole'USA
6 months
That is a ridiculous penalty
Reply6 months
Bad decisions result in bad outcomes.
Reply6 months
UTBDBU "USED TO BE DBU"
Reply6 months
Marijuana should be 100% legal
Reply6 months
WJ
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It's just unfair. How can someone get suspended for violating rules. This world isn't right.
Reply6 months
Any*
Reply6 months
Barbellthor- does have everything to do with O when you recruit hardly and CBs....Idiot
Reply6 months
This guy seems to make one bad decision after another...too bad he let his team mates down with all of this foolishness. Such shite get immediate termination once in the workforce...hopefully, he makes better decisions once he enters the workforce.
Reply6 months
"Such shite get immediate termination once in the workforce" no
6 months
Uh, yeah, unless you're waiting tables or rassling pigs for a living
6 months
And, what about Savion Smith?
Reply6 months
so much talent and potential, i just don't understand, at least badger got a hold of his life
Reply6 months
He should be kicked off the team. This is not Alabama.
Reply6 months
Congratulations Kristian, you're pregnant.
Reply6 months
Ha! Ha! That is some funny stuff there.
6 months
Wait until we know more about his air conditioning situation growing up, this case isn’t over yet.
Reply6 months
Alabama players can hang out in parks packing guns and smoking weed and nothing is done. All is "handled internally(lol)". Do they even give them drug tests. The NCAA is a joke. Basically what they are doing is destroying a young man's future. FOR WHAT? I mean FOR WHAT????
Reply6 months
You forgot to mention those Bama players also drive very nice cars. Part of the program at Nick Saban U.
6 months
Where as LSU players are reinstated after team votes for a violent violation of probation offense... on an unlawful carnal knowledge of a juvenile charge. Can you even see us ants from that moral high ground?
6 months
And if I am not mistaken, the guns were stolen, weren't they?
6 months
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