The LSU Tigers have had a rough past week.
Last week, placekicker Trent Domigue announced that he would be departing from the Tigers football program in light of not having his scholarship renewed. Now, LSU will have to deal with the latest problems of walk-on punter Bailey Raborn.
Raborn was arrested and charged with operating a vehicle while impaired this past Sunday, which will likely leave the team in even more of a bind in regards to kicking positions.
Very few details of the incident have emerged other than the simple fact that the punter rear-ended another vehicle and was clearly not in a normal state of mind
Head football coach Les Miles is currently aware of the situation and is still sorting out the particulars in order to move forward. At this point, Australian player Josh Growden is expected to be punting for the Tigers this coming season.