2 LSU players likely to miss Alabama game because of nightclub brawl Print
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Monday, 29 October 2007 09:24
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 BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) -Backup quarterback Ryan Perrilloux and linebacker Derrick Odom are not expected to play for No. 3 LSU against No. 17 Alabama on Saturday because of their part in a nightclub brawl.
Coach Les Miles said Monday they will not practice this week.
``We will prepare to play without these guys,'' Miles said.
No one was arrested in the fight near the LSU campus early Friday when Perrilloux and Odom got into a shoving match with a group of bouncers, the police report said.
Brent McClellan, owner of the Varsity nightclub, said Perriloux and Odom refused to leave at the 2 a.m. closing time, and the scuffle began when bouncers forced them into a parking lot, according to the report.
Perrilloux and Odom gave a different account. Odom told police the two players ``began fighting off the bouncers'' to protect themselves and their girlfriends.
 

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