Odell Beckham Jr. won’t be able to be around his college football team for a few years.
On Wednesday, it was reported that the Cleveland Browns WR was being banned from LSU after he was seen handing out cash to players on the field after they won the National Title.
On top of that, the Tigers are also self-imposing penalties for rules violations and hoping the NCAA doesn’t levy more, according to SI.
“The school is docking itself eight football scholarships over a two-year period and reducing recruiting visits, evaluations and communication after a nearly two-year investigation uncovered booster payments to the father of a football player, sources tell Sports Illustrated.”
SU officials sent to SI a statement on Wednesday.
“LSU has worked proactively and in cooperation with the NCAA to identify and self-report any violations that occurred within our football program,” Robert Munson, LSU Senior Associate Athletic Director, said in the statement. “We believe these self-imposed penalties are appropriate and we will continue to coordinate and cooperate with the NCAA on this matter.”
Here’s that moment: