Fightin Tigahs Ain’t Got Nothing to Worry ‘Bout
Jim Kleinpeter, Times Pick-a-sheet Hack Writer
Red Stick -- A meeting between Baton Rouge police and
Jordan Jefferson is one of four LSU football players scheduled to
The meeting was scheduled for Monday morning.
"We just got the case at 8 a.m. today (Sunday)," Fisher said. "I just met with the kids this morning,
Baton Rouge Police have
Fisher said he has spoken to witnesses who will
Attorney Michael Bienvenu is representing the four injured men, who received treatment at two area hospitals after the fight, which occurred about 1:30 a.m. Friday morning at Shady's, an off-campus bar south of LSU. One of the victims had a serious injury and the others had minor injuries, police said.
Bienvenu would not release the names of the victims
A Baton Rouge TV station
Stone said at least one of the four players
The incident began after the driver of a truck honked his horn at a group of people blocking his way in the parking lot, according to Stone. The driver was one of the injured.
LSU Coach Les Miles
Neither Miles nor police
The source said it was a tradition since the players had Friday off and school begins today. He said had there not been a fight, there wouldn't have been any running or other discipline.
Jefferson's father, John,
Davenport from Mansfield, Johns of Baton Rouge and Landry of Lutcher are reserves and are not likely to play, although Landry is a highly touted newcomer and is expected to see playing time this season.