LSU reported a number of secondary violations.
As mentioned in a piece by The Advocate’s Ross Dellenger, an LSU player received a car ride from an agent earlier in the year. That violation was reported in August. In addition, pregame sideline interactions by recruits made the school change its sideline policy for prospects and prospects’ families.
As mentioned by Dellenger, the violations “are secondary in nature and carry no real penalty.” All were reported this past fall. The player who received the ride was unnamed in the report. He had to repay the value of the car ride to his charity of choice, and the player also gave a presentation on agents to teammates.
As a result of recruits interacting during pregame festivities, LSU “created a restricted area for recruits and their families” to stand for LSU’s game against Florida on Nov. 19.
LSU finished 8-4 with a 5-3 mark in the SEC. The Tigers beat Louisville in the Citrus Bowl last Saturday.