BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) - Jordan Jefferson says his goal remains
to be LSU's starting quarterback and that he has learned a lot from
his recent arrest and four-game suspension that stemmed from an
August bar fight.
LSU allowed Jefferson to speak to reporters on Monday night for
the first time since the Aug. 19 fight in the parking lot of a bar
Jefferson was reinstated last Wednesday after a grand jury
reduced his felony charge to a misdemeanor. He played in last
Saturday's home game against Kentucky, scoring a touchdown on a
1-yard, fourth-down sneak.
Jefferson says his status as a local celebrity played a role in
his legal trouble, but the quarterback also says he knows he put
himself in a bad situation by remaining at the bar during the