Les Miles on LSU player going to bars: ‘I’m cutting it off’

Early Tuesday morning, LSU tight end Dillon Gordon was involved in a fight at a bar on campus and was reportedly stabbed. He suffered minor injuries and he seems to be able to make a full recovery.

LSU football players have had past troubles at bars before and it looks like head coach Les Miles has seen enough of it. According to reports, Miles is not going to allow his players to go to bars in the future.

“I’m cutting it off,” Miles said at a press conference Tuesday. “It’s just not worth it. The reason you go out is because you want social interaction. Social interaction can take place at home, at class, can take place at a number of places. You don’t have to go to a fight nightclub.”

In the past, former quarterback Jordan Jefferson, former running back Jeremy Hill, and former defensive lineman Trey Lealaimatafao have all been arrested after incidents at bars.

Maybe Miles has made the best decision for his players going forward.

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