Posted January 10, 2012 on AP on Fox
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Jordan Jefferson's season started with trouble off the field and ended with trouble on it. ''It feels like a nightmare, but it's a learning experience,'' Jefferson said after LSU's 21-0 loss in Monday night's BCS title game. ''I'm facing reality. LSU finished second today. We all have to take the situation and learn from it, but still in all we still had a great season. I had a pretty good career at LSU. This last game really was something we wanted to win, but we fell short.'' One more victory in the final game of his career could have transformed Jefferson's legacy at LSU and completed a stirring story of personal vindication after an early season defined by an arrest stemming from a bar fight and resulting four-game suspension. Instead, he was booed by LSU fans as the Tigers' title shot slipped away. His most memorable play was an unfathomable interception. One of the most notable aspects of LSU's offensive perfor...
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  • All i can say is thank you that your career is OVER AT LSU. i do hope you made great grades, cause you don't have a career in the pros. your playing was terrible and for your coach to let you continue to play and embrass LSU and the state of Louisiana is just as ashameful
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