LSU's Donavaughn Campbell suspended after weekend arrest
BATON ROUGE – LSU's offensive lineman Donavaughn Campbell has been suspended from the Tigers' football team following a weekend arrest in Georgia.
LSU did not play Saturday. It appears, Campbell spent the weekend at Georgia Tech where his brother is a football player.
Authorities reported Campbell was arrested after a fight. He was booked with battery/substantial physical harm. Campbell was arrested by the Georgia Tech Police Department. The Advocate newspaper in Baton Rouge reported the fight happened at a fraternity house.
Campbell, an LSU freshman from Ponchatoula, was the top offensive guard prospect in the state as a senior in 2015.
LSU faces Alabama at Tiger Stadium Saturday.
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