Former LSU defensive tackle Trey Lealaimatafao pleaded no contest on Friday to felony charges and was sentenced to six years in state prison, according to mynewsla.com.
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A former Louisiana State University football player, who carried out a series of robberies in South Los Angeles with an ex-USC athlete and a third man, pleaded no contest Friday to felony charges and was immediately sentenced to six years in state prison.

Trey Lealaimatafao, 19, entered his plea to a pair of second-degree robbery counts and one carjacking count.
Lealaimatafao was a part of LSU's 2014 recruiting class but never played a down during his rookie season in Baton Rouge. He was dismissed from the football program in June of 2015 after multiple off-the-field issues, including two arrests.
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Can LSU still get fulmer cup points off this? Asking for a friend.
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He should have signed with bama. Lil Nickey would have got the charges dropped.
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I feel like Auburn's S & C coach will mail him workout instructions and a nutritional guide in the coming months.
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Glad LSU "stole" him out of Texas.
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I dunno. I have nothing personal against the kid, but every time I read his name, I get the feeling he's rolling around on the floor laughing his arse off at me or something and take satisfaction in the idea the the punk is getting what's coming to him.
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tough break for the kid
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What being a former player has anything to do with him going to jail???
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That same question can be asked of the downfall of every player or former player of the various teams in the SEC. The university they attended is almost never relevant, but that doesn't stop the Rant from making it as overblown an issue as possible in pretty much every case. People aren't going to make an exception just because it happens to be *your* team under the hammer.
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Should have done his thugging in Monroe.
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Frick almighty. Imagine what he had to do to get run from LSU??
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Stay mad
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Maybe his lawyer should have informed that the jury was not exactly like a team vote.
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Did he initially request a Judge trial or a team vote?
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