Monday, February 18, 2008
Perrilloux has been a thorn in coaches' and fans' sides since signing day when he talk about supplanting returning quarterbacks. He's been in trouble for his activities in and around night clubs and casinos. He can't seem to attend meetings, go to class or generally be a consistent "team guy." This is a shame, because he is an extraordinarily talented athlete. He's the guy who has been expected to lead the offense of the reigning national champions for two more years.
If he doesn't figure out how to behave, he may be running circles around SWAC opponents before he knew what hit him.
Perrilloux started two games during LSU's BCS championship run, but missed the win over Alabama in the wake of his involvement in a brawl at a Baton Rouge nightclub.
The Tigers will start spring practice later this month, and it remains unclear whether Perrilloux will even be on campus. Sphere: Related Content