December 17th, 2015 | by CollegeAD

LSU, in filings this week, admitted to altering the contract of former LSU defensive coordinator John Chavis after the coach signed the deal, but the school contends the alterations were “nominal” and did not affect its terms. Meanwhile, a judge on Thursday granted a motion compelling Chavis to release his phone records for a 14-week period starting in November 2014. Chavis, who left LSU after last season to be the defensive coordinator at Texas A&M, appeared at a hearing Thursday in the 19th Judicial District Court in East Baton Rouge Parish. Chavis declined comment, through his attorney, afterward. He sat through the nearly two-hour hearing, mostly in silence, and dressed in a brown pinstripe suit, striped tie and white shirt. The biggest news, though, happened outside of the court room in this now 9-month-old fight between the program and a man who led the Tigers’ defensive unit for six seasons. -Ross Dellenger, The AdvocateRead More

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