There's finally some degree of closure to the LSU bar fight saga, and it's not good news for senior quarterback Jordan Jefferson.
Baton Rouge police issued arrest warrants on Friday for Jefferson and LSU reserve linebacker Josh Johns, charging the two players with second degree battery, which is a felony. Jefferson has been accused by an eyewitness of kicking a man in the face.
Police contacted the players' attorney and LSU coach Les Miles, and both Jefferson and Johns are currently in the process of turning themselves in.
We'll have more on this story and what it means for the Tigers later.