NCAA again upholds suspension of LSU cornerback Kristian Fulton

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Kristian Fulton

LSU cornerback Kristian Fulton’s suspension is still in tact. The NCAA denied another appeal Thursday of his two-year punishment for tampering with a February 2017 drug test, Sports Illustrated first reported.

Fulton’s attorney Don Jackson and the former prep All-American had a review hearing with the NCAA over a conference call Thursday afternoon.

The Archbishop Rummel product allegedly used another person’s urine as his own in an NCAA drug test.

The decision is a blow to LSU’s defense. Fulton was competing in practice for a starting spot at corner opposite Greedy Williams in the Tiger secondary.

LSU athletic director Joe Alleva and head coach Ed Orgeron both gave statements showing strong support for Fulton after the decision:



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