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What is an LSU Tiger to do after the last session of two-a-days? Go to the bar and celebrate of course.
However the celebration turned into a legal headache when four LSU players were involved in a bar fight that left one man with three cracked vertebrae.
He required hospitalization and may be the reason that somebody sees the inside of a jail cell for a while.
The police are likely pursuing felony second-degree battery charges, a crime that carries lengthy jail time for those convicted.
The most note-worthy of the players was senior quarterback Jordan Jefferson, who was expected to be a starter and leader for the Tigers this season.
Les Miles has not commented on who will start since the incident, but held Jefferson out of practice for a day before re-inserting him with the first team offense.
The players who were there have talked to the police, who searched Jefferson's apartment and confiscated several brown bags of evidence.
They also collected a DNA sample from the senior quarterback to investigate whether or not he was involved in the fight.
The poor decisions made by Jefferson and his teammates could cost LSU as they open their season with a very tough game against Oregon.