LSU football program faces 'ongoing inquiry' by NCAA

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LSU football program faces 'ongoing inquiry' by NCAA
LSU football program faces 'ongoing inquiry' by NCAA

LSU continues to face scrutiny from the NCAA. This time, the Tigers' football program is under the association's microscope. The school announced Friday it was cooperating with the NCAA in an "ongoing inquiry" into an alleged payment made to the father of a former player. According to the Baton Rouge Business Report, a booster who pleaded guilty to stealing more than $500,000 from a Louisiana foundation paid $180,000 of that to the father of former Tigers lineman Vadal Alexander. Yahoo Sports confirmed the identity of the receipt Friday, while the name of the booster in the Business Report on Thursday. John Paul Funes was the CEO and president for the Our Lady of the Lake hospital system's foundation

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