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2019 LSU tigers

lsu tigers: LSU To Athletes: Don't Wear Our Stuff If You Protest Alton Sterling Case Nick Martin Today 10:28am Filed to LSU TIGERS me crackedrosecoloredglasses us NEWSLAVES Repost @crackedrosecoloredglasses_us ・・・ Repost @tattle.tailzz ・・・ Via @mediaoutrage1 As a business, LSU has no problem making a few bucks off the labor of its athletes; as a university, it has no problem with the same athletes voicing their opinions on issues like police violence. And acting as both ticket seller and supposed free speech enthusiast, the LSU brass has found a way to please themselves and the base they sell to when it comes to the latter. The Baton Rouge Advocate reported on Wednesday that an email was sent to LSU’s more than 350 athletes by senior associate athletics director Miriam Segar to address the recent decision by the Department of Justice to not press charges against the two officers that were involved in the killing of Alton Sterling. The note ticked all the boxes university responses tend to cover during times of potential political strife, advising them to avoid violent situations and offering counseling. Segar showed LSU’s hand, though, in slipping in a line urging the Tiger athletes to avoid wearing any LSU-branded clothing should they choose to protest either physically or via social media. “We know this is a subject that many of you care deeply about and we respect and support your right to speak publicly and express your opinions,” the email reads, before Segar lists an array of suggestions for those who plan to speak or post messages about the Sterling decision. [...] “If you choose to express your opinion on this issue, including on social media, we ask that you not wear LSU gear or use LSU branding,” the email reads. [...] The university expects the Sterling news to be a “very sensitive situation with heavy scrutiny from both local and national media,” the email reads. “Remember that public comments on this topic may be their first and only impression of you.” Sterling’s death and the cellphone videocapturing his final moments led to protests around the Baton Rouge area last summer; several LSU athletes, including star running back Leonard Fournette, offered their support at the time through both physical protesting and social media posts. Mediaoutrage altonsterling newslaves
lsu tigers: LSU To Athletes:
 Don't Wear Our Stuff
 If You Protest Alton
 Sterling Case
 Nick Martin
 Today 10:28am
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NEWSLAVES Repost @crackedrosecoloredglasses_us ・・・ Repost @tattle.tailzz ・・・ Via @mediaoutrage1 As a business, LSU has no problem making a few bucks off the labor of its athletes; as a university, it has no problem with the same athletes voicing their opinions on issues like police violence. And acting as both ticket seller and supposed free speech enthusiast, the LSU brass has found a way to please themselves and the base they sell to when it comes to the latter. The Baton Rouge Advocate reported on Wednesday that an email was sent to LSU’s more than 350 athletes by senior associate athletics director Miriam Segar to address the recent decision by the Department of Justice to not press charges against the two officers that were involved in the killing of Alton Sterling. The note ticked all the boxes university responses tend to cover during times of potential political strife, advising them to avoid violent situations and offering counseling. Segar showed LSU’s hand, though, in slipping in a line urging the Tiger athletes to avoid wearing any LSU-branded clothing should they choose to protest either physically or via social media. “We know this is a subject that many of you care deeply about and we respect and support your right to speak publicly and express your opinions,” the email reads, before Segar lists an array of suggestions for those who plan to speak or post messages about the Sterling decision. [...] “If you choose to express your opinion on this issue, including on social media, we ask that you not wear LSU gear or use LSU branding,” the email reads. [...] The university expects the Sterling news to be a “very sensitive situation with heavy scrutiny from both local and national media,” the email reads. “Remember that public comments on this topic may be their first and only impression of you.” Sterling’s death and the cellphone videocapturing his final moments led to protests around the Baton Rouge area last summer; several LSU athletes, including star running back Leonard Fournette, offered their support at the time through both physical protesting and social media posts. Mediaoutrage altonsterling newslaves

NEWSLAVES Repost @crackedrosecoloredglasses_us ・・・ Repost @tattle.tailzz ・・・ Via @mediaoutrage1 As a business, LSU has no problem making...

lsu tigers: LSU To Athletes: Don't Wear Our Stuff If You Protest Alton Sterling Case Nick Martin Today 10:28am Filed to LSU TIGERS As a business, LSU has no problem making a few bucks off the labor of its athletes; as a university, it has no problem with the same athletes voicing their opinions on issues like police violence. And acting as both ticket seller and supposed free speech enthusiast, the LSU brass has found a way to please themselves and the base they sell to when it comes to the latter. The Baton Rouge Advocate reported on Wednesday that an email was sent to LSU’s more than 350 athletes by senior associate athletics director Miriam Segar to address the recent decision by the Department of Justice to not press charges against the two officers that were involved in the killing of Alton Sterling. The note ticked all the boxes university responses tend to cover during times of potential political strife, advising them to avoid violent situations and offering counseling. Segar showed LSU’s hand, though, in slipping in a line urging the Tiger athletes to avoid wearing any LSU-branded clothing should they choose to protest either physically or via social media. “We know this is a subject that many of you care deeply about and we respect and support your right to speak publicly and express your opinions,” the email reads, before Segar lists an array of suggestions for those who plan to speak or post messages about the Sterling decision. [...] “If you choose to express your opinion on this issue, including on social media, we ask that you not wear LSU gear or use LSU branding,” the email reads. [...] The university expects the Sterling news to be a “very sensitive situation with heavy scrutiny from both local and national media,” the email reads. “Remember that public comments on this topic may be their first and only impression of you.” Sterling’s death and the cellphone videocapturing his final moments led to protests around the Baton Rouge area last summer; several LSU athletes, including star running back Leonard Fournette, offered their support at the time through both physical protesting and social media posts. altonsterling
lsu tigers: LSU To Athletes:
 Don't Wear Our Stuff
 If You Protest Alton
 Sterling Case
 Nick Martin
 Today 10:28am
 Filed to
 LSU TIGERS
As a business, LSU has no problem making a few bucks off the labor of its athletes; as a university, it has no problem with the same athletes voicing their opinions on issues like police violence. And acting as both ticket seller and supposed free speech enthusiast, the LSU brass has found a way to please themselves and the base they sell to when it comes to the latter. The Baton Rouge Advocate reported on Wednesday that an email was sent to LSU’s more than 350 athletes by senior associate athletics director Miriam Segar to address the recent decision by the Department of Justice to not press charges against the two officers that were involved in the killing of Alton Sterling. The note ticked all the boxes university responses tend to cover during times of potential political strife, advising them to avoid violent situations and offering counseling. Segar showed LSU’s hand, though, in slipping in a line urging the Tiger athletes to avoid wearing any LSU-branded clothing should they choose to protest either physically or via social media. “We know this is a subject that many of you care deeply about and we respect and support your right to speak publicly and express your opinions,” the email reads, before Segar lists an array of suggestions for those who plan to speak or post messages about the Sterling decision. [...] “If you choose to express your opinion on this issue, including on social media, we ask that you not wear LSU gear or use LSU branding,” the email reads. [...] The university expects the Sterling news to be a “very sensitive situation with heavy scrutiny from both local and national media,” the email reads. “Remember that public comments on this topic may be their first and only impression of you.” Sterling’s death and the cellphone videocapturing his final moments led to protests around the Baton Rouge area last summer; several LSU athletes, including star running back Leonard Fournette, offered their support at the time through both physical protesting and social media posts. altonsterling

As a business, LSU has no problem making a few bucks off the labor of its athletes; as a university, it has no problem with the same athl...

lsu tigers: Don't Wear Our Stuff If You Protest Alton Sterling Case Nick Martin Today 10:28am Filed to LSU TIGERS Rp by @mediaoutrage1 - As a business, LSU has no problem making a few bucks off the labor of its athletes; as a university, it has no problem with the same athletes voicing their opinions on issues like police violence. And acting as both ticket seller and supposed free speech enthusiast, the LSU brass has found a way to please themselves and the base they sell to when it comes to the latter. The Baton Rouge Advocate reported on Wednesday that an email was sent to LSU’s more than 350 athletes by senior associate athletics director Miriam Segar to address the recent decision by the Department of Justice to not press charges against the two officers that were involved in the killing of Alton Sterling. The note ticked all the boxes university responses tend to cover during times of potential political strife, advising them to avoid violent situations and offering counseling. Segar showed LSU’s hand, though, in slipping in a line urging the Tiger athletes to avoid wearing any LSU-branded clothing should they choose to protest either physically or via social media. “We know this is a subject that many of you care deeply about and we respect and support your right to speak publicly and express your opinions,” the email reads, before Segar lists an array of suggestions for those who plan to speak or post messages about the Sterling decision. [...] “If you choose to express your opinion on this issue, including on social media, we ask that you not wear LSU gear or use LSU branding,” the email reads. [...] The university expects the Sterling news to be a “very sensitive situation with heavy scrutiny from both local and national media,” the email reads. “Remember that public comments on this topic may be their first and only impression of you.” Sterling’s death and the cellphone videocapturing his final moments led to protests around the Baton Rouge area last summer; several LSU athletes, including star running back Leonard Fournette, offered their support at the time through both physical protesting and social media posts. Mediaoutrage altonsterling
lsu tigers: Don't Wear Our Stuff
 If You Protest Alton
 Sterling Case
 Nick Martin
 Today 10:28am
 Filed to
 LSU TIGERS
Rp by @mediaoutrage1 - As a business, LSU has no problem making a few bucks off the labor of its athletes; as a university, it has no problem with the same athletes voicing their opinions on issues like police violence. And acting as both ticket seller and supposed free speech enthusiast, the LSU brass has found a way to please themselves and the base they sell to when it comes to the latter. The Baton Rouge Advocate reported on Wednesday that an email was sent to LSU’s more than 350 athletes by senior associate athletics director Miriam Segar to address the recent decision by the Department of Justice to not press charges against the two officers that were involved in the killing of Alton Sterling. The note ticked all the boxes university responses tend to cover during times of potential political strife, advising them to avoid violent situations and offering counseling. Segar showed LSU’s hand, though, in slipping in a line urging the Tiger athletes to avoid wearing any LSU-branded clothing should they choose to protest either physically or via social media. “We know this is a subject that many of you care deeply about and we respect and support your right to speak publicly and express your opinions,” the email reads, before Segar lists an array of suggestions for those who plan to speak or post messages about the Sterling decision. [...] “If you choose to express your opinion on this issue, including on social media, we ask that you not wear LSU gear or use LSU branding,” the email reads. [...] The university expects the Sterling news to be a “very sensitive situation with heavy scrutiny from both local and national media,” the email reads. “Remember that public comments on this topic may be their first and only impression of you.” Sterling’s death and the cellphone videocapturing his final moments led to protests around the Baton Rouge area last summer; several LSU athletes, including star running back Leonard Fournette, offered their support at the time through both physical protesting and social media posts. Mediaoutrage altonsterling

Rp by @mediaoutrage1 - As a business, LSU has no problem making a few bucks off the labor of its athletes; as a university, it has no pro...

lsu tigers: LSU To Athletes: Don't Wear Our Stuff If You Protest Alton Sterling Case Nick Martin Today 10:28am Filed to LSU TIGERS Repost @tattle.tailzz ・・・ Via @mediaoutrage1 As a business, LSU has no problem making a few bucks off the labor of its athletes; as a university, it has no problem with the same athletes voicing their opinions on issues like police violence. And acting as both ticket seller and supposed free speech enthusiast, the LSU brass has found a way to please themselves and the base they sell to when it comes to the latter. The Baton Rouge Advocate reported on Wednesday that an email was sent to LSU’s more than 350 athletes by senior associate athletics director Miriam Segar to address the recent decision by the Department of Justice to not press charges against the two officers that were involved in the killing of Alton Sterling. The note ticked all the boxes university responses tend to cover during times of potential political strife, advising them to avoid violent situations and offering counseling. Segar showed LSU’s hand, though, in slipping in a line urging the Tiger athletes to avoid wearing any LSU-branded clothing should they choose to protest either physically or via social media. “We know this is a subject that many of you care deeply about and we respect and support your right to speak publicly and express your opinions,” the email reads, before Segar lists an array of suggestions for those who plan to speak or post messages about the Sterling decision. [...] “If you choose to express your opinion on this issue, including on social media, we ask that you not wear LSU gear or use LSU branding,” the email reads. [...] The university expects the Sterling news to be a “very sensitive situation with heavy scrutiny from both local and national media,” the email reads. “Remember that public comments on this topic may be their first and only impression of you.” Sterling’s death and the cellphone videocapturing his final moments led to protests around the Baton Rouge area last summer; several LSU athletes, including star running back Leonard Fournette, offered their support at the time through both physical protesting and social media posts. Mediaoutrage altonsterling newslaves
lsu tigers: LSU To Athletes:
 Don't Wear Our Stuff
 If You Protest Alton
 Sterling Case
 Nick Martin
 Today 10:28am
 Filed to
 LSU TIGERS
Repost @tattle.tailzz ・・・ Via @mediaoutrage1 As a business, LSU has no problem making a few bucks off the labor of its athletes; as a university, it has no problem with the same athletes voicing their opinions on issues like police violence. And acting as both ticket seller and supposed free speech enthusiast, the LSU brass has found a way to please themselves and the base they sell to when it comes to the latter. The Baton Rouge Advocate reported on Wednesday that an email was sent to LSU’s more than 350 athletes by senior associate athletics director Miriam Segar to address the recent decision by the Department of Justice to not press charges against the two officers that were involved in the killing of Alton Sterling. The note ticked all the boxes university responses tend to cover during times of potential political strife, advising them to avoid violent situations and offering counseling. Segar showed LSU’s hand, though, in slipping in a line urging the Tiger athletes to avoid wearing any LSU-branded clothing should they choose to protest either physically or via social media. “We know this is a subject that many of you care deeply about and we respect and support your right to speak publicly and express your opinions,” the email reads, before Segar lists an array of suggestions for those who plan to speak or post messages about the Sterling decision. [...] “If you choose to express your opinion on this issue, including on social media, we ask that you not wear LSU gear or use LSU branding,” the email reads. [...] The university expects the Sterling news to be a “very sensitive situation with heavy scrutiny from both local and national media,” the email reads. “Remember that public comments on this topic may be their first and only impression of you.” Sterling’s death and the cellphone videocapturing his final moments led to protests around the Baton Rouge area last summer; several LSU athletes, including star running back Leonard Fournette, offered their support at the time through both physical protesting and social media posts. Mediaoutrage altonsterling newslaves

Repost @tattle.tailzz ・・・ Via @mediaoutrage1 As a business, LSU has no problem making a few bucks off the labor of its athletes; as a uni...

lsu tigers: Top 15 RB?!? KSONVILLE GUARS FOURNETTF As many people expected, the Jaguars selected former LSU RB Leonard Fournette with the 4th overall pick. Fournette is a monster size wise, coming in at 6'1, 240 pounds. In his time at LSU, fournette finished with 3,830 yards on 616 carries (6.22 YPC) and 40 touchdowns. He finished as LSU's all time leader in yards per carry and second in scrimmage yards per game. Fournette also ran a 4.51 40 yard dash at the combine, which is phenomenal for a guy of his size. Fournette should immediately slot in as somewhat of a workhorse back for Jacksonville. The Jaguars still have Chris ivory and TJ Yeldon in their backfield, but they drafted fournette for a reason. Yeldon and ivory failed to live up to expectations last season, which I think is a big reason why Blake bortles and Allen Robinson struggled. I'm expecting the addition of Fournette to really open up the pass game more, so look for Blake bortles and allen robinson to rebound after a tough last season. Fournette has drawn comparisons to the likes of Bo Jackson and Herschel Walker. He should immediately have RB2 value in fantasy next season, with top 12 potential if he gets the bulk of the carries. I'm expecting him to go in rounds 3-5, but we'll have to see where his ADP lands in about a month or so. fantasyfootball nfldraft nflprospect nflcombine leanordfournette LSU tigers blakebortles Allenrobinson allenhurns
lsu tigers: Top 15 RB?!?
 KSONVILLE
 GUARS
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As many people expected, the Jaguars selected former LSU RB Leonard Fournette with the 4th overall pick. Fournette is a monster size wise, coming in at 6'1, 240 pounds. In his time at LSU, fournette finished with 3,830 yards on 616 carries (6.22 YPC) and 40 touchdowns. He finished as LSU's all time leader in yards per carry and second in scrimmage yards per game. Fournette also ran a 4.51 40 yard dash at the combine, which is phenomenal for a guy of his size. Fournette should immediately slot in as somewhat of a workhorse back for Jacksonville. The Jaguars still have Chris ivory and TJ Yeldon in their backfield, but they drafted fournette for a reason. Yeldon and ivory failed to live up to expectations last season, which I think is a big reason why Blake bortles and Allen Robinson struggled. I'm expecting the addition of Fournette to really open up the pass game more, so look for Blake bortles and allen robinson to rebound after a tough last season. Fournette has drawn comparisons to the likes of Bo Jackson and Herschel Walker. He should immediately have RB2 value in fantasy next season, with top 12 potential if he gets the bulk of the carries. I'm expecting him to go in rounds 3-5, but we'll have to see where his ADP lands in about a month or so. fantasyfootball nfldraft nflprospect nflcombine leanordfournette LSU tigers blakebortles Allenrobinson allenhurns

As many people expected, the Jaguars selected former LSU RB Leonard Fournette with the 4th overall pick. Fournette is a monster size wise...

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