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BS85

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I don't know if you know this but Ed O is a good man because he bleeds purple and yellow and no one understands a word he says.
Whenever he talks I think of Farmer Fran from the Waterboy (not this part though)
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SIAP. Derrius Guice allegations are left out since those are well known.


Grant Delpit
- According to the USA Today article, Delpit was accused of recording a woman during sex without her knowledge and sharing the video with others.
- The article states that LSU confirmed no disciplinary actions were taken. (Note that this could mean he was cleared.)
- Delpit’s attorney says he was not aware of any Title IX investigation until contacted by USA Today.
- No arrests were made, nor were any charges filed.

Zach Sheffer
- The USA Today article states that Sheffer was accused of rape, with no other details.
- The article states that LSU confirmed no disciplinary actions were taken. (Note that this could mean that he was cleared.)
- No arrests were made, nor were any charges filed.

Jacob Phillips
- The USA Today article states that Phillips was accused of rape, with no other details.
- The article states that LSU confirmed no disciplinary actions were taken. (Note that this could mean that he was cleared.)
- No arrests were made, nor were any charges filed.

Tae Provens
- March 21, 2019: Provens enters the transfer portal. He has not participated in spring practices to this point, and does not participate any any team activities after this point.
- March 24, 2019: (According to police reports) Provens starts having sex with a woman at his apartment around 2 AM who is blackout drunk. She tells him no, he stops, then continues. Then the girl escapes, gets dressed, and leaves with her friend.
- March 27, 2019: Provens arrested on charges of third degree rape.
- March 27, 2019: The arrest and incident are reported in news articles. LSU releases a statement saying that a Title IX investigation will be carried out after completion of the law enforcement “component.”
- Provens never rejoined the team. As far as I can tell, he withdrew from school after the incident.
- Court case still pending.
- According to USA Today article, LSU confirmed that no disciplinary action was taken. The article does not mention that Provens left the team, nor does it elaborate on how LSU can discipline someone who isn’t a student or athlete.

Peter Parrish
- January 23, 2020: A woman accuses Parrish of taking advantage of her at a Tigerland bar. She reports this to Residential Life.
- February 4, 2020: Parrish is informed that a Title IX investigation has been initiated.
- February 6, 2020: Parrish is suspended indefinitely.
- March 11, 2020: Orgeron announces in a press conference that Parrish has been suspended indefinitely for violating team rules.
- June 18, 2020: Parrish files a lawsuit in federal court challenging his suspension.
- July 30, 2020: Parrish’s lawsuit is dismissed.
- August 6, 2020: Parrish transfers to Memphis.
- No charges were ever filed, nor were any arrests made, though this is not mentioned in the USA Today article.

Drake Davis
- January 2017: Davis starts dating a women’s tennis player.
- May 2017: The woman says she told a (tennis) team athletic trainer, Donavon White, that Davis punched her in the stomach during an argument. (White later tells police he did not learn about the abuse until April 2018.)
- Summer 2017: The woman’s father told tennis coach Mike Sell that Davis punched his daughter. (Mike and Julia sell later told police they did not learn about the abuse until June 2018.)
- April 14, 2018: Davis tells Verge Ausberry in a text message that he got into a physical altercation with the woman, and that they had punched each other. The article does not indicate whether Ausberry reported the text message (LSU declined to answer).
- April 25, 2018: The woman tells White, senior athletic trainer Micki Collins, and senior associate A.D. Segar that Davis punched her in the ribs. Segar files a Title IX report (according to a later police report).
- May 21, 2018: The woman is interviewed by Title IX investigator Jeffrey Scott.
- June 18, 2018: Davis enters the woman’s apartment drunk, hits her, and strangles her. The police are called around 2 AM. The police separate them but make no arrests (both Davis and the woman say the argument had not turned physical).
- July 11, 2018: Davis called in for an interview with Jonathan Sanders, who runs LSU’s student judicial affairs. Mickey Joseph attends the meeting as well. They discuss the June 18 incident, and Davis says the argument did not turn physical. The woman corroborates that claim two weeks later.
- Summer 2018 (exact timing unknown): Davis banned from offseason workouts.
- August 4, 2018: Davis participates in the team’s first practice according to news reports.
- August 16, 2018: The woman shows Segar photos of bruises and scratches, as well as threatening text messages. Segar calls campus police, who arrested Davis and charged him with felony dating violence. Davis is indefinitely suspended from the team.
- September 16, 2018: Davis arrested again. He withdraws from the university the following day.
- March 2019: Davis pleads guilty to two batteries and violating a protective order.

Ray Parker
- September 9, 2020: Arrested for felony damage to property and misdemeanor battery
- September 9, 2020: Suspended indefinitely from football team
- September 10, 2020: News articles reported arrest/suspension (suspension confirmed by LSU)
- Court case still pending
- According to USA Today article, LSU did not “confirm or deny” whether disciplinary action had been taken. The article makes no mention of the fact that Parker was suspended indefinitely and is not listed on the roster currently.

Davon Godchaux
- September 26, 2016: Godchaux arrested on charges of domestic abuse battery and child endangerment after an altercation with his girlfriend, with whom he had a child. The girlfriend attempted to leave the apartment with the child during an argument, and Godchaux would not let her leave. Police noted that both Godchaux and his girlfriend had cuts/bruises, and they also issued the girlfriend a summons for domestic abuse battery and child endangerment.
- September 26, 2016: Incident and arrest are reported by WBRZ. LSU confirms that Godchaux is suspended indefinitely from the team.
- September 27, 2016: Baton Rouge DA Hillar Moore states that all charges have been dropped following completion of EBRSO’s investigation.
- September 28, 2016: Ed Orgeron confirms that Godchaux will be returning to the team.
- As far as I can tell, it is unclear whether Godchaux’s girlfriend was an LSU student.
- According to USA Today article, LSU did not confirm or deny whether any disciplinary actions were taken against Godchaux. The article makes no mention of the charges being dropped, or his temporary suspension during the EBRSO investigation.

How do you let your daughter attend this school?
Especially a student-athlete who you KNOW will cross paths with these football players?
Man

This could destroyed some good women’s programs... softball, basketball, gymnastics!

No wonder they threw money at Kim Mulkey to leave Baylor. She is a trash human so makes sense, I guess
 
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