November 3rd, 2015 | by CollegeAD

The attorney representing Grambling running backs coach Lee Fobbs, who along with his son, head coach Broderick Fobbs, was recently charged with nepotism by the Louisiana Board of Ethics, is confident they’ll be cleared of any wrongdoing.  State Sen. Rick Gallot, the Ruston-based attorney who is handling Lee Fobbs’ case, told The News-Star on Monday that Fobbs, nor his son, didn’t “violate any provision of the code of governmental ethics.” Last Friday, the Baton Rouge Advocate reported that the father-son duo violated state laws that say “members of the immediate family of an agency head may not be employed in the agency.” -Sean Isabella, thenewsstar.comRead More

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